Ann Arbor High School - Omega Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Class of 1955
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The staff this year has worked hard in putting
out a bigger and better yearbook for you. The
Omega is twenty pages longer and has many new
attractions, such as an index, a larger sports section,
and the unusual theme "The 1955 Story". The staff
obtained, this year, the camera they had their eye
on for the past year or two. The ad staff did a
wonderful iob this year in collecting close to a
thousand dollars worth of ads from businesses
throughout Washtenaw county.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
This year many items of business have passed through the
capable hands of our Board of Education. The laying of the corner-
stone at the new Ann Arbor High School and further building
development draws moving day closer. Even the business transactions
concerning our present location have been settled.
Other new buildings throughout the city, such as Haisley School
and the Northside and Slauson additions, have been completed.
One of the very fine ideas carried on by the Board are public
meetings during which they present the Educational and Library
programs. All of these proiects have been guided by this year's
president, Donald L. Katz.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to right: Donald Katz, President, George
Schlechtg Mrs. Mabel Nesbitg Ashley Clague,
Douglas Williams. Foreground: John B. High,
Superintendent of Buildings'and Grounds.
left to right: Albert E. Blashtield: Dr. Fred-
eric House, John H Hollowellg Donald Doug-
las, Jack Elzay, Superintendent of Schools.
BARCLAY, CHARLES J.
Junior Class Adviser
Director of Outdoor Education
Driver Educ. Dept. Chairman
BUELL, MAHLON H.
Science Dept. Chairman
Home Economics Dept. Chairman
CHRISTENSEN, V. H.
CLIFFORD, PAUL B.
DAHLBERG, A. J.
DAWSON, RONALD M.
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English Dept. Chairman
Commercial Dept. Chairman
HARNEY, ELISE J.
Painting and Decorating
Social Studies Dept. Chairman
HOLLWAY, LOUIS H.
Director Physical Education
KLINE, FRANK W.
Director Community and School Recreation
LA JEUNESSE, RALPH
LEWIS, MARY ELLEN
LUNDGREN, LUCILLE H
MERRILL, JOHN A.
MEYERS, PAUL K.
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SILVERSTONE, RUDOLPH A.
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VETTER, THOMAS F.
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Under the leadership of the Senior Class Presiclenl
Bill Wenrich and sponsor Mr. Ben Reed, the seniors had
a very fruitful year. The sponsored the Carnival Spook
House and the annual Senior Prom. Their Senior Assembly
and Senior Day proved very successful loo.
SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
Row 1: J. Williams, S. Larmee, R. Williams, B. Mainwaring, J.
Row 2: D. Brown, B. Thomas, G. Pratt, B. Wenrich, B. Calven,
J. Hare, J. Baker.
Row 3: B. Reed, K. Mangan, B. Barclay, J. Mllham, M. Keihl, L.
Larmee, K. Aldridge, G. Schnabel, B. Cope, L. Rieger.
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STUART G. ABBEY: "Mickey" came to A.A.H.S. from Madison, Wis-
consin. He was president of his homeroom and a member of Student
Council. He was active in A Cappella Choir, voice and ensemble and
drama workshop. Stuart belonged to the Methodist Youth Fellowship
and sang in the church choir. His future plans include college.
GEORGE E. ABBOTT: George prepared himself well for his future
interest, which is engineering, by working as checker and draftsman
for the Micrometrical Manufacturing Company. He is interested in
Model railroading, auto electronics and photography. He ioined the
Camera Club to learn more about photography.
HAROLD T. ACKMOODY: Harold was very interested in sports and
participated in basketball, cross country and track. He won letters in
these sports and was elected basketball captain in his senior year.
Hal belonged to Hi-Y and enioys sporting events. His future plans
include college or the armed forces.
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WILLIAM R. ACKMOODY: Bill showed an active interest in sports W ws' t
while in high school. He was elected captain of the cross country
team and earned two letters in the sport. Bill also received letters
in track and basketball. After graduation he plans to loin the Army
and then attend college.
NANCY C. AKEN: Nancy served her homeroom as its vice-president
' and secretary. She participated in the Square Dance Club, Washington
Club and Scribblers' Club. In her spare time she worked as an office
' clerk in the high school principal's office. She plans to attend college
Q KAREN R. ALDRIDGE: Karen served on Student Council, Party Com-
mittee and Senior Executive Board. She was a member of Science
' Club, Red Cross Committee, and was on both the Optimist and Omega
staffs. Karen was on the honor roll during all her time at A.A.H.S.,
and plans to attend college.
COLLEEN M. ALERY: Colleen came to us from East Des Moines High.
She belonged to the Bowling Club, Washington Club and Scribblers'
Club in her years at Ann Arbor High School. Colleen is interested
in sports and especially enjoys bowling. Her future plans include
A 'll' 4,5 I attending Michigan Normal College.
:N ...I X 4 Lv 9 CYNTHIA E. ALLEN: Cindy's interest in music was shown by her
, 8 f- Q' membership in band and orchestra. She also belonged to the Science
Club and the French Club. She served as vice-president of band and
N' ' secretary and treasurer of her homeroom. Her future plans include
University of Michigan.
JAMES W. ANDERSON, JR.: Jim played Varsity Football for A.A.H.S. A
and participated in basketball. He was elected Vice-President of the .ISF
Student Council and served as his homeroom vice-president and coun-
cil member. Jim was also active in A Cappella and band. In the
future he plans to attend college. . I G
RALPH W. ANDERSON: Ralph came to Ann Arbor High School from Q I A
Slauson Junior High. He served as president of his homeroom. Ralph t '
was also a member of the Assembly Committee. He is interested in f , 1?
hunting and fishing and is fond of boxer dogs. Ralph plans to enter "
business with his father after graduation. I X
EDNA ANKENBRAND: Edna worked in the school attendance office ftn' .ll il t i I
and served as treasurer of her homeroom. She was an enthusiastic M V
club member and ioined the Chefs', Square Dance and Archery Clubs. --'t'f- f V.,,A
Edna particularly likes to swim and roller skate. In the future, she '
plans to work. . '
DAVID K. ANNIS: Dave served as president of his homeroom. He 'Q
belonged to Washington Club and the Popular Record Club. He has ,i v A, , ' ' ji
been on both the basketball and tennis squads and has earned a Htzyf inet'
letter in tennis. Dave is interested in automobiles. He plans to attend ' W 7
Michigan State College after graduation. f V,
JAMES L. APOSTOLAKIS: Jim was an enthusiastic member of clubs
as he joined the Table Tennis, Rifle, and Archery Clubs. During his
sophomore and junior years he played in the orchestra. He was also
on the Assembly Committee during his junior year. Jim plans to
attend the University of Michigan.
Athletic Club. She was elected-Student Council representative of her
homeroom. She joined the Bowling Club, the Square Dance Club and
the Scribblers' Club. Mary plans to attend business college after
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MARY H. ARNST: Mary enjoys sports and participated in the Girls ' ,
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MARY ELLEN ATHANSON: Mary Ellen, while in high school, served jf 1
on the Student Council. She was vice-president and secretary of her are f . A A
homeroom. Mary was active in Drama Workshop, Record Club, Chefs' '
Club, Bowling Club and the Girls Athletic Club. She plans to attend , was '
Michigan State College. .Z .-
LEILA R. BACHMAN: Lee served as both viceapresident and secretary 1, i 1
of her homeroom. She worked on the Omega, "The Red Mill", and 'gf D
"Desert Song". Lee was a member of Washington Club, Future Nurses .'
Club and Girls Athletic Club. Her future plans include attending the " '15,
University of Michigan Nursing School. s
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' J jg'-'in CARI. H. BAFS: Carl came to AAHS from University High School at
, .153 Y the beginning of his senior year. His outside interests include
,fs . Y jMethodist Youth Fellowship and an occasional game of basketball.
3 fi N ' ?Carl plans to join the Navy after graduation.
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.L... 'N 'J - ROBERT L. BAIRD: Bob was the drum major of the Ann Arbor High
2. M K! l kb' School band and received a band letter. His favorite sports were
' 'Y ., ,Nl tennis and swimming, He was a member of the Harmonica Club and
' X -' Assembly Committee. Bob also took part in Junior Achievement.
JERRY L. BAKER: At AAHS Jerry participated actively in sports and
won letters in football and basketball. He served on three class
executive boards, as president of A Cappella and president of his
homeroom. Jerry also was an officer of the Washington Club. His
future plans include college.
BARBARA M. BARCLAY: Barb was an active member of GAC and
served on the GAC executive board. She belonged to A Cappella,
Washington Club, and Chefs' Club. Barb was a member of the Senior
executive board, Presidents' Committee, secretary of the Student
Council, and secretary of her sophomore class. Barb plans to attend
the U. of M. School of Music.
NANCY J. BARR: Nancy comes to us from Tappan Junior High
School and took an active part in Girls Chorus, Chefs' Club and .
Washington Club. She has also served on the Assembly Committee.
Nancy especially likes swimming. She plans to attend college after ,
graduation from high school.
MARILYN A. BARSANTEE: Marilyn was an active club member as R -., V ,
she joined the Girls Athletic Club, Washington Club, Bowling and 3
Square Dance Clubs. She served her homeroom as treasurer. She ,
especially likes ice skating and swimming. Marilyn plans to attend
business college after graduation.
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JOANNE L. BATESON: Jo came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High
School. She was a member of Record Club, Washington Club and
Cantando. Joanne has been on the honor roll most of the time.
She participated in Girls Athletic Club. She' plans to study teaching
at Michigan State Normal College.
GEORGE J. BATSAKES: In high school George participated in a Kwik- ,
variety of activities. Some of them included football, track and Hi-Y.
He received honors in these activities. He was a member of the
A Cappella Choir and president of his homeroom. George's future
plans are to attend college.
MAXINE L. BAUER: Maxine has been an enthusiastic club member
as she has been a member of the Bowling, Table Tennis and Future
Teachers Clubs. She is particularly interested in bowling and roller
skating. Maxine has served as vice-president and treasurer of her
homeroom. ln the future she plans to work and travel.
BARBARA E. BEHNKE: Barbara, who is called Barb by her friends,
came to Ann Arbor High School from Slauson Junior High. She
ioined the Floriculture Club. Barb also belonged to the Bethlehem
Church. Among her outside interests are the Hot Rod Races. After
graduating she hopes to find a job as secretary.
4 MARY JANE BENNETT: Mary Jane came to us from Tappan Junior
High. ln' her iunior year she was vice-president of her homeroom,
and she served as its president in her senior year. She also participated
' g QS in the Sribblers' Club. Mary Jane has a keen interest in sports. She
" plans to work after high school.
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' Q ANN E. BIGBY: Ann belonged to Bowling, Table Tennis and Wash-
"" f ington Clubs. She served two semesters on Student Council and was
I a Washington Club representative. ln her senior year Ann was elected
'A L -'A president of Cantando. She plans to attend Michigan State College
WILLIAM A. BLOM: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School, Bill
attended University High. At AAHS he ioined the Rifle Club. Besides
his school activities Bill had a iob at Sears and Roebuck Co. BiIl's
outside interest is woodworking. He plans to go to Michigan State
College and take a course in forestry.
RONALD L. BODDY: At AAHS Ron belonged to the Science Club.
He is very interested in swimming, and he won a letter for managing
our swimming team. One of his outside interests is the unusual one
of skin diving. Ron plans to take up chemical engineering in college.
CAROLI. E. BOYCE: Caroll acted as secretary of her homeroom for ,
a semester and also served on the Assembly Committee. She par-
ticipated in Washington Club, Rifle Club, Art Club and Square Dance
Club. Outside of school Caroll was active in Junior Achievement. She
plans to attend Western Michigan College.
PAULA J. BRADBURY: Paula was both vice-president and secretary rr i'
of her homeroom. She also served on Student Council. Paula was I
interested in clubs and ioined the Future Nurses Club and the Bowling
Club. Some of her outside interests include square dancing, bowling -, .
DOUGLAS J. BRIEF: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School Doug
attended Tappan Junior High School. While in high school he was
on the COT program and was employed at the S. S. Kresge Company.
His outside interests include hunting, skating and skiing. His future
plans .are indefinite.
CAROL A. BROOKS: Carol came to Ann Arbor High School from
Slauson Junior High School. She was on the Red Cross Committee
while in high school. Carol belonged to the West Side Methodist
Church Choir. Her hobbies are swimming, ice skating and playing
the piano. After graduation Carol plans to work.
CYNTHIA G. BROWN: At Ann Arbor High, Cindy was on the Omega,
sq the Assembly Committee and the Washington Club. ln her iunior
year, she won state and national recommendation for a script she
wrote. She has received letters in script writing and band. Cindy
plans to attend college after graduation.
DONALD R. BROWN: Don participated in the Table Tennis, Bowling
and Washington Clubs, He was president of his homeroom during
his iunior year. Don also took part in the band, and was a member
of both the tennis and swimming teams, and won a letter in swim-
ming. Don plans to go to the Engineering School at the U. of M.
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ROW l: J. Kabul, P. Kruel, M. Meadows, J. Logerquisl, P. Forsylhe
J. Anderson, N. Turner, P. Wilkins, S. Proud. ROW 2: S. Slall, B.
Sevebeck, M. George, B. McCallum, D. Kern, M. E. Kiddie, M.
Niehuss, D, KOPP. A. Masf, J. Palmer. ROW 3: C. Dielerle, D. Mapes,
J. Willils, B. Garner, J. Woodburne, D. Hack, J. Bland, Z. Hobbs,
ROW 'lg J. Bcneson, N. Whitfield, W. Weilzel, J. Logerquisl, P.
Forsythe, J. Anderson, N. Turner, P. Wilkins, 5. Dewar. ROW 2:
S. Kiddie, A. Masl, K. Buss, H. Koefoed, K. Gersller, S. Wolf,
S. Hieflie, M. Huschlce, S. Guenlher. ROW 3: B. Smith, B. Land,
M. Powell, M. Fisher, B. Kruse, S. Slewarl, S. McKenney, J. Allen-
E. Ushiro, T. Ulberg, J. Wessinger, M. A. GrindsvaH, M. Fisher,
J. Heldrelh, D. Slcomp, S. Welch, O. Bauer, R. Wilde. ROW 5: J
Hilabcrd, S. Abbey, W. Weilzel, B. Palmer, C. Kleinschmidl, S. Lum
bernr, K. Korzuck, B. Garner. ROW 4: R. Gross, A. Gilleland, S.
Cuen, V. Cale, K. James, G. Myers, R. Jones, H. Fonde. ROW 5:
C. Carver, E. Gallagher, D. Gafzka, B. Schneeberger, H. Haywood,
J. Shepard, l.. Frislt, R. Dick, B. Caesar, T. Kress.
ROBERT BROWN: Bob attended Bridgeforth High School before
Qty-. 5 football and wrestling. Bob ioined the Bowling Club, HiAY and was
4' 'W' 4 ..g a member of the A Cappella Choir. His future plans include college
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or the armed forces.
,X rss., . N , SUZANNE M. BUTLER: She belonged to the Art Club, the Record
f Club and the Girls Athletic Club, she was also president of her
5 coming to Ann Arbor High School. Sportswise he participated in
, J In "iff homeroom and a member of the Y.M.C.A. Youth Council. She was
X employed at the Chelsea Flower Shop, and her future plans include
X attending art school in Chicago.
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DIANE K. BUTZIN: Diane was a member of the GAC, Student Coun-
cil, Presidents Committee, and belonged to both the Art and Bowling
Clubs. She served as secretary of her junior class, was a member of
Washington Club and was elected one of its officers. Diane plans
' M. to attend college after graduation.
M. SUZANNE CAHOW: Sue, a graduate of Tappan Junior High
School, served as both president and secretary of her homeroom.
She was a member of the Student Council and the Washington Club.
Included among Sue's outside interests is golf. She plans to attend
college after graduation from AAHS.
BERNADENE CALVERT: Bernadene was elected captain of the Cheer- if 1
leaders, secretary of the senior class and an officer of the "55" '
Washington Club. She was also an active member of the Student
Council, and executive board of the Girls Athletic Club, Cantando ..- ' .43
and A Cappella. Bernadene's future plans include college. s
KEITH A. CAMPBELL: Keith was elected vice-president of the Assem- " lm'
bly Committee. He was a member of the swimming team, and was
chosen as co-captain. Keith was also on the tennis team. He was a
member of the band, and participated in the Science and Washington
Clubs. Keith plans to attend college.
ELLEN A. CAROW: Ellen was a very active member of the Optimist
staff, having been both a reporter and, later, second-page editor.
She served as vice-president of her homeroom in her iunior year and
was also a member of Cantando Choir. She plans to attend the
University of Wisconsin. 3 6
SOPHIE CARRAS: Sophie participated in the Washington, Square
Dance and Chefs' Clubs, and was group leader of the first soprano 'P' ,
section of Cantando. She also belongs to the Gamma Sigma Epsilon
Church Choir. Swimming is one of Sophie's principal outside interests. X
After graduation, she plans to work. i 2
' "-' ' MILLICENT G. CHAMBERLAIN: Millie, who was active in Future
' ' 'T' Nurses Club, Assembly Committee and on Student Council, was in
' - Q - homeroom AAZO. Horseback riding, bowling and working in Sears
by 1 V V, Department Store are some of her outside interests. Millie intends to
'f' " work after graduation.
' '51 THOMAS R. CHANDLER: ram was especially active in swimming,
he was co-captain of the swimming team in his senior year. He
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received a third year band award. Tom's future plans include attend-
Q3 ing the University of Michigan.
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S' " ' JAMES E. CHAPMAN: At Ann Arbor High School Jim participated
in sports, including wrestling and received honors in this sport. He
I V was also interested in radio. Jim was employed in his spare time as
V ' A i " a salesman in a local firm. He is planning to attend college after
graduation from high school.
played clarinet in band during all three of his years at AAHS and
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,gf-yy. LYNN J. CHARRON: Lynn was an active member of both the Bowling
,V and Washington Clubs. She also participated in the Girls Athletic Club
na y., ,cw I- qw? and received a letter. Lynn served her homeroom as vice-president
"":" ' and secretary. She plans to attend college after graduation from high
i" ' If , school.
CHRISTOPHER S. CHASE: Chris was very active in band and received
a band letter. He liked wrestling and won a iunior varsity award in
tennis. Chris was a member of the A Cappella Choir and had various in V fit QA
interests in music. He participated in the activities of the Proiection
Club in his junior year. X x ""' l J,
JOHN 5. CHASE: John, an honor student, participated in tennis and
room and was a member of the Washington Club. John's outside "ii
interests are bowling and other sports. He plans to attend college
intramural football at AAHS. He served as vice-president of his home- I
after graduation. 'bfi "'s S'
DONALD L. CHEATHAM: Don came to Ann Arbor from Columbia,
Kentucky. He was especially active in the radio department: his
voice is well known around AAHS by reading the morning bulletins.
He was in intramural basketball. He plans to attend the U. of M.
GARY N. CHEEVER: Gary attended iunior high school at Slauson.
He was a member of A Cappella in high school and also participated
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in track. Hunting is Gary's main interest outside of school. His future ' V-.,f Q
plans include two years of college. Then Gary plans to ioin the
United States Air Force.
f MARY E. CHISOLM: Mary was commended for her excellent re-
S porting of news for the Optimist. She belonged to GAC, Table Tennis
' Ss Club and Bowling Club. Popular music and swimming are included
I in her outside interests. She is planning to be married after gradua-
Q - tion from high school.
BEVERLY J. CLARKE: Cantando and Square Dance Club claimed much
y of Bev's time in high school. She was also treasurer of her homeroom
1 and is a member of the Bethlehem Evangelical Church. Bev plans a
'gb career in interior decorating, her outside interests are ceramics,
bowling and record collecting.
EDWARD A. CLARK: Ed was an active member of the Washington
and Square Dance Clubs and served as treasurer of his homeroom,
B-3. Employed during the summer of 1954 at Herz Decorators, Ed
v plans a career in painting and decorating. His outside interests include
55, gy i hunting and bowling.
Q 1 1' R RICHARD D. CLARK: Dick served on the Presidents Committee twice
it ,qu at Ann Arbor High. He was also a member of the Intramural Managers
Committee. Dick was on the wrestling squad for two years. He was
wigs ., employed at the Ann Arbor News and plans to continue working
M , f- after graduation.
LEONARD D. COLEMAN: After coming from Slauson Junior High A g,
School, Leonard became an active member of homeroom B-22 and fl- ,Ag-Swwlvi t , ,
the Hi-Y Club. His outside interests include sports and working at ., '
Calkins and Fletcher Drug Store as a clerk and deliverer. When 'T . -.
graduated, he is planning on going into the armed forces. . A
NORMA J. CONKLIN: Norma came to AAHS from Slauson Junior as N V,
High School. She was treasurer of the Future Nurses Club. ln her '
senior year she was president of the Red Cross Committee. She was l ' " . ,
also an active member of the science club. Norma plans to further 7,
her education after graduation. ' A Y' 3
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ETHEL M. CONNOR: Ethel is a Tappan graduate. She participated
in GAC sports here at school. She belonged to the Future Nurses i.. . .
Club and the Red Cross Committee. Ethel likes dancing and singing,
and sang with the girls chorus. She wants to continue her schooling
after she graduates.
RONALD F. COOK: Ron, having come from Slauson Junior High,
became active in painting and decorating class. Besides working at
Hutchison's Body Shop, he has an active interest in hunting and
fishing. ln the future he plans to go into painting or continue working
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BARBARA JO COPE: Barb served as editor-in-chief of the 1955
Omega. She was president and vice-president of her homeroom. Barb
received a letter for her participation in GAC. She was a member of
attend the University of Michigan.
M. ANN COPLEY: Ann was a member of A Cappella, Cantando,
Red Cross Committee, Future Nurses and Science Club. She belongs . -
to the Episcopal Church Youth Group and plans to attend Stanford
University next year. She enioys painting, and was on the honor roll
a maiority of the time she was in high school.
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MARTHA D. CRARY: Martha served as treasurer of her homeroom
and as Student Council alternate. She also worked on the Omega
and participated in Art, Science, Conservation and Washington Clubs.
Among Martha's outside interests are Junior Achievement, art and
traveling. Her plans include college, f
FRANK E. CRAWFORD: Frank, a Slauson graduate, was active on the
junior varsity swimming team. He was a member of the band and
received a band letter. Frank participated in the Rifle Club and was
interested in automobiles. He plans to go to the University of Mich- -
igan School of Engineering. 5'
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CAROL A. CROWLEY: Carol comes to us from Slauson Junior High
School. She was a member in the Square Dance and Dramatics Clubs.
She was also a member of the Red Cross Committee and participated
in the 1955 Washington Club. Carol plans to work or attend business
school after graduation.
Q. ALICIA SUE CUEN: Sue was an active member of GAC and received
. Q, her GAC letter. She also took part in Cantando, Omega, Bowling
Q' Club, Washington Club and Intramural Managers Committee. She
was on the honor roll a maiority of the time in high school. Her
future plans include college.
CAROLYN A. CUMMISKEY: Carolyn served as president and vice-
gr, president of her homeroom. She was also active in GAC, holding
' office and winning awards. Besides being on the honor roll all the
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3 Q H worked on the Omega. Her future plans include college.
- CHRISTINE CURRY: Christine attended Coleman High School in Pine
Bluff, Arkansas, before coming to AAHS. While at Ann Arbor High
she was a member of the Future Nurses Club. Christine rates skating
as her top outside interest. Nursing, and teaching school are her
1 future plans.
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GARIE C. DAHLSTROM: Garie came to Ann Arbor High School from
Tappan Junior High School. She was a member of the Student
Council, the Washington Club and GAC. Garie also ioined the Bowling
Club and rated bowling tops among her outside interests. Office
work is included in her future plans. W Pg
RICHARD C. DAKIN: Before entering Ann Arbor High, Dick attended - wif,
Slauson Junior High School. An enthusiastic club member, he be- ' I' '
longed to the Square Dance, Rifle and Washington Clubs. In his spare
time he enjoys skiing and hunting. Dick is undecided about his '
WILLIAM D. DAMM: Bill attended Tappan Junior High before coming
to AAHS. He was on the Cooperative Occupational Training Program
and worked at the Hamburg Lumber Company. Among his outside
interests Bill includes hunting. In the future he plans to work at 3 I
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JAMES R. DARLING: Coming from Tappan, Jim became a member '- Q! A .1 , ..-X .,,, ,va X
of homeroom B-IO. Bowling Club and Senior Planning Committee , X
were part of his extra-curricular activities while in high school. He V r.
is very interested in horses. College is included in his plans following ' 'S
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Washington Club, Chefs' Club and Bowling Club. Barb plans to l M-
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lil ARNOLD L. DARR: Arnold comes to Ann Arbor High School from
Slauson. While at high school, he played on the varsity baseball team
gf ,fx for two years, and he also participated in football. Arnold played
-- hockey in the Ann Arbor amateur league for three years. His future
plans include college.
' WILLIAM .I. DARWIN: Bill is very interested in sports and likes to
: hunt and fish. He earned a letter in football and played in intramural
sports. He ioined A Cappella, Modern Record and Bowling Clubs.
A - Bill was on our Student Council and the Intramural Managers Com-
' M .. ...,...o.,, mittee. He plans to attend the U. of M.
BILLIE W. DAVIS: Billie came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan Junior
High School. He was a member of homeroom A-20 and took an
active part on the cross country team. He is very interested in
uv" photography as a hobby. Billie is undecided about his future plans
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after graduation from high school.
LLOYD E. DAVIS: Lloyd, who came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan
Junior High, was a member of Homeroom C-18. His favorite activities
outside of schoolginclude working on model airplanes, hunting and
fishing. Although he is not too sure of his future plans, he hopes
to become an aviator.
THOMAS E. DAVIS: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School, Tom X 5
went to Tappan Junior High School. While at AAHS, he was an active , A
member of homeroom B-22 and worked at the Michigan Union as W
a bellhop. He hopes to enter the University of Michigan after gradu- ', L :al
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WILLIAM K. DAVIS: Bill, with many varying interests, was in Art ' L: '
and Bowling Clubs and was elected vice-president of his homeroom. I - .L N
Collecting stamps and playing golf are two of BilI's hobbies. He was t
also an active member of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Bill plans .-Q I
to attend the School of Architecture and Design at the University fy 4' of Michigan. ,f -4 5 fl'
JOHN T. DAWSON: Jack entered AAHS as a iunior, having spent
his previous years in St. Thomas High School. He ioined the Record is 'it
Club and, besides, records, is particularly interested in roller skating K
and swimming. Jack plans to join the Navy when he graduates and ' L ,
then go on to college. A
KATHRYN J. deKONING: During her years at AAHS, Kathy received Trl .
a letter in GAC, served on both the Student Council and Presidents' W' ' T, tpfarb, .
Committee. She received an award for her work on the Optimist of -- Xpsmf
which she became business manager. Kathy plans to go to college . I ' .
but hasn't decided yet where she will go.
RODERICK N. DICK: Rod came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High.
He was a member of the Rifle Club, the Bowling Club and served
as the intramural managers representative from his homeroom. ln his
spare time he worked at the A 8. P Grocery and enjoyed swimming
Q and hockey.
CAROLINE M. DIETERLE: Caroline was a member of Optimist, Rifle
Club, Washington Club and president of German Club. She earned a
letter in GAC and was Student Council representative. Her scholastic
record was excellent and she achieved the T5 point honor roll in
1953. She plans to go to fhe U. of M.
DENIS P. DONNELLY: Denis belonged to the Popular Records Club
and participated in intramural bowling and volleyball. He served his
homeroom as Student Council representative. Denis, who has been
on the honor roll a maiority of the time at high school, plans to
attend the University of Michigan.
1 g. DORIS M. DRAPER: Doris likes to square dance and ioined the
- " - 5 Square Dance Club. She was also an active member of the Scribblers'
- M 32. NJ, V Club. Doris plans to attend a business college in Michigan and has
.u f f 3 prepared herself for a iob in business: she was an office clerk in
-W, Klines Department Store and in the COT office. 119
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' SHIRLEY A. DRIVER: Shirley was a maiorette in the high school band
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' in her iunior and senior years. She served on the Red Cross Com-
Q 5 'Fwy Q mittee, and beyonged to the Square Dance and Scribblers' Clubs.
, M Shirley served her homeroom for two years as secretary. She plans
e "sf , s L5 to attend business school after graduation.
1 'I 7 DONNA K. DRUMMOND: While in Ann Arbor High School, Donna
w - " belonged to the Art Club and participated in radio class. She was
.4 5 , employed in the Artway Dry Cleaners. Her outside interests include
Ar f' rodeos and art. Donna would like to travel when she graduates and
, - then attend an art school.
- . M X FAYE DUNCAN: Faye attended Tappan Junior High. While at Ann
l"'M"5q,- Arbor High she was a member of the Florticulture Club. She served
as homeroom representative on the Red Cross Committee for one
, semester. Faye enioys swmiming and ice-skating in her spare time.
1 nn- She plans to work after graduation from high school.
'TQ' X GORDON R. DUNHAM: During his years at Ann Arbor High, Gordon
s. R participated on the cross country and track teams. He won both a
R letter and a medal in cross country. Gordon was a member of the
A' . X Rod and Reel Club and also the Rifle Club. After graduation he
- ., Q plans to attend the General Motors Institute.
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PAT J. DUTIL: Pat comes to AAHS from Slauson Junior High School. T, .
While at Ann Arbor High, she was an active participant in both the S I
band and orchestra. Pat won her letter and silver pin in band. She L. , 'V'
was also in the Art Club. Pat includes nursing in her future plans. Q - Q , ft' I 7
FREDERICK L. ELLICOTT: Fred, an honor student, participated in W '-- .. . ig 4"..,,"'f'
football and baseball and received honors in these sports. He also ' "1- :" as if .,x2i ' ,
played intramural basketball. Fred served as treasurer of his home- 38' l
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JOYCE I. EMMITT: Joyce came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan F
Junior High School. She belonged to the Florticulture Club and the '
Scribblers' Club. Joyce also was a member of the Red Cross Com- " ""' Q
mittee. Her outside interests include bowling and dancing. After W x x
graduation she plans to work. "
.IANICE L. ENGLISH: Jan was an active participant in GAC and
served as its vice-president and secretary. She was on the Senior
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Executive Board, Student Council and Presidents Committee. Jan was if X
a member of the Junior varsity and varsity cheerleading squads. , ' H' -
She ioined A Cappella, Bowling, and Chefs' Clubs. was
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ARLENE R. FERGUSON: At Ann Arbor High School Arlene served on
the Red Cross Committee. She also belonged to the Scribblers' Club
5 and the Washington Club. Besides being an honor student, Arlene
r participated in Junior Achievement and the Washtenaw Junior Farm
' Bureau. Her future plans include work. '
MARILYN J. FISHER: Marilyn, a Slauson graduate, served on the
Student Council and the Assembly Committee. She belonged to the
Square Dance and Washington Clubs. Marilyn was also on the honor
roll a maiority of the time at AAHS. After graduation she plans to
become a telephone operator.
ORAN E. FISHER: Oran came to AAHS from Slauson. He was in the
Bowling and Conservation Clubs. Wrestling rates high on his list of
sports and he participated in it for two years while in high school.
Oran was employed by the Bell Telephone Co. He will attend college
when he graduates.
ALYCE M. FLINT: Alyce served on the Red Cross, Intramural Man-
,J agers, and Assembly Committees. She also belonged to the Square
gtg Dance Club, Cantando, and the Girls Athletic Club. Her hobby con-
sisted of collecting coins. She worked at St. Joseph Hospital. Alyce
plans to attend college after graduation.
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TIMOTHY F. FLOWER: Tim served as Student Council representative,
president, and vice-president of his homeroom. He received a letter
in tennis and played in intramural athletics. He also belonged to the M
Record Club and was on the Assembly Committee. Tim is undecided 5
about his future plans.
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JACK S. FLOWERS: .lack participated in varsity football and wrestling, --I '
and won awards in both of these sports. He was secretary of the
Hi-Y Club during his iunior year. Jack also took part in the Record
Club, intramural basketball, and the Party Committee. He plans
to attend M.S.C.
PETER W. FORSYTHE: Pete, an honor student, was elected President f
of the Student Council. He was captain of the golf team and dean , bf I
of the debate squad. Pete was a member of the Washington Club Q ,
and played J.V. football and basketball. After graduation he plans to Q attend college to study law. i it Q
FREDRICK S. FOSTER: Fred comes to AAHS from Slauson Junior High f
School. While at Ann Arbor High, he participated actively in A Cap- if ' 1"
pella and Wrestling. Fred also took part in the Washington Club, the
Radio Club and baseball. He plans to attend the School of Engineering Q4 X P
at the U. of M.
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4' ' SANDRA L. FOX: At AAHS Sandy served as president of her home-
- room and as a Student Council representative. She was a member of
I , E both Cantando and A Cappella. Sandy also ioined GAC, the Wash-
0' 'N ington Club, and the Chefs Club. She plans to attend the U. of M.
-f ' Nursing School after graduation.
il V PATRICIA G. FRASER: Pat was an enthusiastic club member, she
I ' belonged to the Bowling Club, Scribblers' Club and was secretary
659' ' of the Square Dance Club. Skating, and horseback riding are among
1 '- her outside interests. Pat served her homeroom as its vice-president.
' - if She plans to attend Ypsi Normal College.
M. SUSAN FRISINGER: Sue, an honor student, was associate editor
of the Optimict and received a certicate for her work. She was also
a member of the Bowling Club and GAC, earning her large letter.
Among her outside interests Sue includes figure skating, and golf.
6. She plans to attend college.
LEONARD L. FRISK: Leonard, a Slauson graduate, played varsity
football at AAHS and received a letter. He served as president of
his homeroom for two semesters and was elected president of the
Presidents Committee. Leonard was a member of the Washington
Club. After graduation he plans to attend the U. of M.
RAYMOND R. FULLERTON: Ray, a Slauson graduate, was a member
of the swimming team and received a letter in this activity. He V
served as president of his homeroom while at AAHS. Ray also was
in the Washington Club and the Table Tennis Club. He plans to ' Q W :-"".
attend college after graduation from high school. ' rl ' ., '
nossnr H. susan: Bob came to AAHS from siausan Junior High. ' iz' tif g
He was an active member of the band and received both his band "' M' A
letter and silver pin. Bob participated in the Bowling, German and - - 'i A
Square Dance Clubs. He plans to attend college after graduation
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EDWARD A. GALLAGHER: Ed was very active on the cross country
and track teams, and won letters in both these sports. He was vice- -Q , K Q
president of his homeroom, and also served on the Party Committee. A 1 -
Ed was a member of the Bowling, Table Tennis and Modern Record W, 3
Clubs. He plans to attend the U. of M. 'K A MW A
BARBARA A. GARNER: Barb was an active member of the band, "L . M .. , 5 ,
and won her letter and silver and gold pins. ln her senior year she 1 L A
served on the band executive board. Barb also participated in the ,Y it
orchestra and Cantando. She served her homeroom as its vice- 3 FFR I -' 'Q 'V
president. Barb plans to attend college. 'A V, g
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CHARLOTTE J. GASBER: Charlotte attended Madison Junior High in
Wheeling, West Virginia, before coming to Ann Arbor. She belonged
to the Square Dance Club, and enioyed participating in such extra-
curricular sports as horseback riding, swimming and roller skating.
Her future plans include work.
DALE E. GATZKA: Dale was active in football while at AAHS: he
was on the varsity team and received football letters. His varied
interests included Record Club, Washington Club and Bowling Club.
He was a member of the Party Committee. Dale plans to attend
Michigan State College.
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LEON P. GAUSS: Leon rates bowling and hunting tops on his list gf ' .- .
of outside interests. He was a member of the Washington Club, and Q, ll, .
his name appeared on the honor roll a majority of the time that ' u It
he attended AAHS. Leon would like to continue his schooling where V r
he can learn the machinist trade. xo QQ
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SUE F. GAY: Sue participated in Dramatics, the Square Dance and Q ji , G
Washington Clubs. She is interested in nursing, therefore she was 8- "If a member of the Red Cross Committee and worked at the hospital. ' '
Sue likes horseback riding and bowling. She plans to go to the U. of y Ks ,
M. Nursing School. ff.
CHARLES L. GEE: Chuck is a sports enthusiast, he likes hunting and
belonged to the Rod and Reel Club at AAHS. He participated in
wrestling during his sophomore year. Chuck served his homeroom
G as its treasurer. He was a member of the A Cappella Choir and
EUGENE E. GERSTLER: Eugene came to AAHS from Slauson Junior
High School. While in high school he was employed at the Michigan
Union as a bellhop. Included among his outside interests are hunting
and fishing, and his favorite sport is hockey. Eugene plans to work
after graduation from Ann Arbor High. .
PAUL L. GERSTLER: Paul graduated from Slauson Junior High School
' ' Q- before coming to Ann Arbor High School. One o fhis many outside
S interests is hunting, and he also enjoys fishing in his leisure time.
, Z, He is undecided about what to do after graduation from Ann Arbor
1 V - E I 5- 1 High School.
' l V 5 LEONARD W. GRAF: Leonard attended Tappan Junior High School
1 l before coming to Ann Arbor High School. He participated in the
V ' : Bowling Club and iunior varsity football. Leonard belonged to the
' , youth board of his church. He plans to enroll at the University of
Michigan after graduation.
RAYMOND E. GRAHAM: Raymond's activities included the Wash-
ington, Rifle, and Bowling Clubs, he also served as a manager for
the football and track teams. Raymond is active in the Salvation
Army Church, his hobbies are photography, and making airplane and
railroad models. Raymond wants to become a draftsman.
BEVERLY S. GRAY: Bev attended Slauson Junior High School before
coming to Ann Arbor High School. She was an active member of
the band and ioined the Washington Club, the Archery Club, and J
the Rifle Club. One of Bev's outside interests is tropical fish. She is
undecided about her future plans.
THOMAS L. GRAY: After coming from Slauson Junior High School, ' in V M
Tom became active in many school functions. Some of these were - - iq V' V l ,
Hi-Y and Intramural Managers Committee. Besides being vice-president Q' " .'
of his homeroom, B-4, he was a member of the wrestling team. .Qi ii
ELAINE J. GREEN: Elaine, an honor student, served as vice-president, 1-'R ...n "
secretary, and treasurer of her homeroom while at AAHS. She was ,- x ,. Q j
a Washington Club representative and an active member of GAC. , i 'L
Elaine also was in A Cappella and Cantando. In the future she plans Q .., i' g.
to study pharmacy at the U. of M. 3-159. is ' . "S" if
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THOMAS G. GREEN: Tom, a graduate of Slauson, was active in
sports at AAHS. He received letters in both football and baseball.
Tom was also a member of the Washington Club. Model-railroading
is included among Tom's outside interests. He plans to talce engineer-
ing at the U. of M. after graduation.
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NEAL E. GROB: Neal, a graduate of Tappan Jr. High, was on the
honor roll the maiority of his time at Ann Arbor High. He has a iob
as a stock boy at Swift's Drug Store, and his future plans include
A becoming a painter. Neal lists hunting and fishing as his favorite
ROBERT A. GROB: Bob came to AAHS from Tappan. He ioined a
number of clubs among which were the Rifle and Square Dance
Clubs. He is interested in coins, and one of his hobbies is collecting
ff... them. lf he doesn't go on to college, Bob plans to enlist in either
the Army or Navy.
JANET l. GROOMES: Janet came to AAHS from Slauson Junior High
School. She was a member of homeroom C-9, and served as its
Student Council representative. She participated in the Scribblers,
Square Dance and Washington Clubs. Janet was on the Assembly
Committee. Her future plans are indefinite.
RAYMOND A. GROSS: Ray an honor student, participated in intra- Tu
mural football and was on the JV swimming team at AAHS. He was
a member of the Student Council and the orchestra. Ray was also
in Table Tennis, Rifle and Rod and Reel Clubs. He plans to attend A
the U. of M. after graduation. J Q
DAVID J. GURK: Dave came to Ann Arbor High from Slauson Junior
High School. He was a member of the Washington Club, and was X
also treasurer of his homeroom. ln his spare time, Dave worked at V,
the soda fountain in Fenn's Drug Store. After graduation he plans
to enter the military service. ,Egg Y Era
NOREEN M. GUSTINE: Noreen was the president of the GAC and 1'
served on its executive board. She was a member of the band and ia Y
won a letter and a pin. Noreen participated in the Washington Club .
and was on the Omega staff. She was her homeroom's secretary and A , '
treasurer. Noreen plans to attend college.
ELEANOR F. GUTHRIE: Eleanor represented her homeroom on Student J 3 V Q f
Council, Red Cross, and Washington Club. She was active in GAC 46, A '- .Q lr
where she earned a letter. She also belonged to the Table Tennis N! Hug h,
Club. Eleanor is interested in records, traveling and sports. She
plans to study dental hygiene at the U. of M. 1 A
SUSAN G. HADCOCK: Susie has many outside interests such as
sailing, swimming, skiing, riflery and riding. She' attended Central
High in Bay City, Michigan, before entering Ann Arbor High. She
f plans' to enroll in the University of Michigan after graduation. Susie
-ai.. is an active member of the Presbyterian Youth Fellowship.
' JOHN C. HAEUSSLER: Jack was a member of the marching band
and received a band letter. He participated in swimming and tennis
and received Junior Varsity awards in these sports. Jack belonged
to the Washington, Science and Square Dance Clubs. He plans to
attend Eden Seminary in Elmhurst, lllinois.
DEANNA K. HAGEN: Deanna was en enthusiastic club member as
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if-if' , .1 gffgg., she belonged to the Square Dance Club, Bowling Club and Table
k ggfpias Tennis Club. She also participated in A Cappella and the assembly
iii' committee. Horseback riding and swimming head her list of outside
activities. Deanna plans to attend the U. of M.
NANCY J. HAGUE: Nancy, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School,
was interested in dramatics and participated in- two school plays for
'V-A " P which she won an award. She was active in GAC and Washington
il, "F 5 3 and Conservation Clubs. Nancy lists sports as her 'favorite hobby and
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EUGENE HALL: Eugene came to Ann Arbor High from Starkville,
Mississippi. At Ann Arbor High he was an active member of the
Hi-Y Club and also participated in the Rifle Club. Eugene lists sports
as one of his many outside interests. ln the future, he plans to play
LAWRENCE E. HALL: Larry represented AAHS at Boy's State. He
showed his interest in science, music, and sports by ioining Science
Club, A Cappella Choir, and participating in intramural football and
Q. wrestling. Besides these he also was on Party Committee and active
- -af in the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Larry plans to attend the U. of M.
ajft '19, - 5 JANET F. HAMMER: Janet was active in sports and served as Eu
,I 3 A r varsity cheerleader. She belonged to GAC, Bowling Club and the
1 ' st., gvqgl "'i'. X' Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club. Janet did not limit her extra-curricular
6 ' V I activities to sports, but was also in the Washington Club, on the
p ' l Party Committee and the Omega Staff. She plans to attend college.
f LINDA A. HAMMOND: Linda came to high school from Slauson
Junior High. She participated in both the Square Dance and Rifle
'V '-" M ' Clubs. She also sang in the Cantando Choir. Outside of school Linda's
U main interests are swimming and rodeos. She plans to work after
.IOANN M. HANSEN: Jo participated in a number of activities while
at Ann Arbor High. She was in the Bowling, Record and Washington
Clubs, and served on the Intramural Managers Committee, the Assem-
bly Committee and the Party Committee. Jo plans to attend business
college after graduation.
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V. JOAN HANSEN: In her years at AAHS Joan joined the Conser-
servation, German, and Archery Clubs. She was active in GAC, was
secretary of her homeroom, and was on the Omega Staff. Joan plays
the piano and violin and is active in 4-H work. She plans to attend
college in the future.
PATRICIA A. HARDEN: Pat came to AAHS from Tappan. She was
a member of Cantando, GAC, the Bowling Club and the Washington
Club. Patt was employed at the Merit Shoe Store as both a clerk
and a cashier. Bowling and ice-skating are among her favorite
hobbies. Patt plans to attend Indiana College. sl. qw.
JEFF A. HARE: Jeff served on both the junior and senior class Q
executive boards. He was a member of the Student Council and was 'f
also president of his homeroom. Jeff was a member of the varsity I N
basketball team and also participatd in tennis. He plans to attend 5,15 '
either Northwestern or the U. of M.
xl-' -' EDITH A. HAWLEY: Before coming to Ann Arbor High Edith attended
A -' Slauson Junior High. She was in the Square Dance Club and her
-,N favorite hobby and pastime is dancing. Edith was on COT and worked
33 '- :Z Q . - as a salesgirl at the Cousins Shop. After graduation, she plans to
A , ' l ' S' t- .ql continue working.
f b xi HARLAN A. HAYWOOD: Harlan was a member of the orchestra,
,MW - W president of the high school band, and received a band letter. He
1 if ' served his homeroom on both the Student Council and Presidents
s I Committee. Harlan participated in baseball, basketball and football
'E' while at AAHS. He plans to attend the U. of M.
' CATHERINE J. HEDLESKY: Catherine came to Ann Arbor High from
Slauson Junior High School. She was an active member of the
Bowling Club and also participated in the Girls Athletic Club. After
Catherine graduates from Ann Arbor High School, she is planning
to be married.
NANCY C. HEDLESKY: Nancy came to Ann Arbor High School from
van Slauson. She was a member of the Scribblers' Club and GAC. Nancy
worked in the principal's office as a clerk. Ice skating is her favorite
hobby. She plans to attend Michigan State Normal College after
graduation from high school.
RICHARD A. HENRY: Dick was a member of homeroom A-20. He
came to Ann Arbor High from Saint Thomas High School in his iunior
year. He belonged to the St. Thomas Church Youth Group. One of
his favorite hobbies is hunting. After graduation he plans to ioin
the United States armed forces.
CAROLE I.. HERNDON: Before coming to AAHS Carole attended 0
Avondale High School in Michigan. She served on Red Cross Com- A ' 1.
mittee and was a member of Washington, Chef's and Square Dance . 5
Clubs. Animals and painting are among Carole's outside interests.
She plans to attend Albion College.
DAVID R. HERREN: Dave, a Tappan graduate, ioined the Modern
Record and Washington Clubs at AAHS. He was a member of the
Intramural Managers Committee and participated in intramural foota
ball. Included among Dave's outside interests are driving and bowling.
He plans to attend college.
JAMES A. HIBBARD: Jim, a graduate of Slauson Junior High, par-
ticipated in wrestling and swimming at Ann Arbor High School. He
served on the Student Council, the Intramural Managers Committee
and was a member of the Conservation Club. ln the future he plans
to enter the Navy or work.
TOM E. HILLER: Before coming to AAHS Tom attended Tappan Junior
High School. He was a member of the Bowling Club, the Rifle Club
and the Camera Club. Tom's hobbies include bowling and hunting,
After graduation from Ann Arbor High School, he plans to go to
' LEE W. HIRTH: Lee, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School, par-
ticipated in football while at Ann Arbor High, He was also a member
of the Radio Club. Lee was on the honor roll a majority of the time
he was in high school. After graduation, he plans to go to college
or join the Air Force.
DURWOOD D. HOAG: Durwood came to AAHS from Tappan Junior
High School. He was a member of the Square Dance Club and the
1955 Washington Club. Durwood also served on the president's
Committee, and took part in intramural sports. After graduation from
im . high school, he plans to work.
ZELMA S. HOBBS: Zelma came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High.
2- She participated in the Square Dance Club, Washington Club, Rifle
Club and Chorus. Zelma was also a member of the Student Council.
Her outside interests include swimming, Ice skating and photography.
I She plans to be a secretary.
J. DENNIS HOFFMANN: Denny came to AAHS from Tappan Junior r
High. While in high school he played intramural football and basket- V
ball. He was also on the Optimist Staff. Denny's hobbyiis playing If
hockey, and he was alternate captairf of his hockey team. His future - r
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plans include college.
ELEANOR A. I-IOLCOMB: Eleanor came to AAHS from Tappan Junior
High. Her interest in high school was singing, and she was in 'y
Cantando and A Cappella choir. She was a member of the Future .
Nurses Club and president of the AAHS Bible Club. Eleanor plans
to attend Wayne University Nursing School.
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ROBERT J. HOLLAWAY: Bob is a graduate of Slauson Junior High .'
School. While at Ann Arbor High, he was a member of the party '
committee, Intramural Managers Committee and Bowling Club. Bob .. '
also participated in the band, and he won his band letter and pin. ' 1'-"L: "A
His future plans include the Navy. - f 1
DAVID HOLLENBECK: Dave came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan
Junior High School. He spent most of his extra time working at the
Suter and Moore Garage in Hamburg and was a member of the
Washington Club. His future plans are not definite, but he hopes to 'fl'
either get a job or enlist in the Army. '5 4'
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CECIL R. HOLLISTER: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School Cecil
attended Slauson Junior High School. He was an active member of
the Bowling Club. During his high school years Cecil was employed
as a dock attendant at the Artificial Ice Company. ln his leisure time
Cecil enioys reading dog stories.
JIM W. HOOD: Jim came to AAHS from Killen, Alabama. His activ- X ,
ities included basketball, baseball, track and square dance club. He
also participated on the cross country team for which he received
a letter. Archery, and golf are among his outside interests. After .X
graduation he plans to join the Navy. I
CECIL W. HOOKER: Cecil attended Slauson Junior High School before
coming to Ann Arbor High School. At AAHS he was a member of ,
the Proiection Club. Cecil was on the Cooperative Occupational Train- 1 1
ing Program and worked in the Ann Arbor High School woodshop.
His future plans include farming.
RONALD C. HOPP: Ron was interested in many clubs including the A,
Washington Club, Square Dance Club and Conservation Club. He tilin g E
enioys hunting as a hobby. He was employed at the Juan-Delore-Farm i'3'if::'1":" 'Phi "
during his years in high school. He plans to enlist in the Navy after '
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. W-N K" ' i KENT S. HOWE: Kent, a Tappan Junior High School graduate, served
as both Omega and Optimist photographer. He was a member of the
Q Washington Club and president of the Camera Club. Kent's outside
N iv ,Q interests include photography, cars and boats. ln the future he plans
:EE , to loin the Navy.
xi,,,,...A JACK C. HUDKINS: Jack came to Ann Arbor High from Slauson
'W Junior High School. He participated in the Chef's Club and was elected
vice-president of his home room. He enioys horseback riding and
Hot Rod races. In the future, Jack plans to go to the state of Indiana
in -. -P ---r - u f-or 5 DON F. HULBURD: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School, Don
l A, attended Slauson Junior High School. He was employed at the
g ,.,. ' I I f y Michigan Union during his years in high school. Among his outside
ss " ' ' . interests, Don includes hunting, fishing ad all kinds of sports. He is
if 13: A K ' undecided about his future plans.
W PEGGY A. HULL: Before she came to AAHS the maiority of Peggy's
"' 8 ,A activities were centered around Hand High School in Madison,
-5' Connecticut. There, she was very active in band as she won a band
y,,..."M li letter. Peggy was in the dramatics club and won a silver pin in public
f "ti, speaking. Her future plans include college.
BETTY J. HUNGET: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School, Betty V X
attended Chelsea High. She participated in the Square Dance Club X
and the Y-Teens while at AAHS. Her outside activities include roller X
skating and reading. After graduation from high school, Betty plans ' 'I
to be married. 4 ,gb
BEATA M. HYMA: During her three years in high school Beata was X
active in French Club, Washington Club and Chef's Club. She served X
as secretary of her homeroom and was one of the Washington Club
members. Beata has been on the honor roll a maiority of the time,
and plans to attend college.
BLANNELL S. JACKSON: Blannell, a graduate of Tappan Junior High,
was a member of GAC while at AAHS. She also belonged to the -i Y i Sys
Washington Club and the Table Tennis Club, and served on the Q is
Intramural Managers' Committee. Blannell's main outside interest is ,. X ,-" 'lli All
sports. She plans to work in the future. " F A '
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RICHARD A. JACKSON: Richard, a graduate of Tappan Junior High ways ' :jk 'L :
School, won a numeral in iunior varsity basketball. He participated . "
in track, was a member of the Boy's Leader Corps, Hi-Y and the "'l Wfy
Table Tennis Club. Among his outside interests Richard enioys swim- f f l 'fi' V '
12 6 ming. His future plans include college. I by I I I:
A. WILLIAM JACKSON: Billy come from Tappan Junior High, and
while at Ann Arbor he participated in football and track. He belonged
to the Table Tennis Club and won the club's championship in his
iunior year. Billy lists hunting and fishing as his favorite hobbies.
His future plans are indefinite.
SUSAN V. JAHNKE: At Ann Arbor High Sue was a member of both
Cantando and A Cappella. She also belonged to the Washington Club,
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the Table Tennis Club and the Bowling Club. Sue was employed at
the Sylvia Studio of Dance as an assistant teacher. After graduation
she plans to attend MSNC.
JACQUELINE Y. JAQUES: At AAHS Jacquie belonged to GAC and
Washington Club. She also was a member of the Debate Squad,
winning a certfiicate in debating, and a letter in speech. Jacquie was
a member of Student Council. After graduating from high school she
,hx plans to attend the U. of M.
LONA R. JAYNE: Lona, a Tappan graduate served as secretary of
her homeroom and was on the Red Cross Committee. She was a
member of the Square Dance Club and the Scribblers' Club. Lona
was employed at the Log Cabin Inn and enioys horseback riding. She
plans to attend Cleary College.
DAVID C. JENKINS: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School, Dave
attended Tappan Junior High School. At AAHS he was an active
participant of the school band. Among Dave's outside interests he
includes hot rods and custom cars. ln the future he would like to
do some kind of work with cars.
CHARLES R. JOHNSON: Chuck, a graduate of Tappan, participated
in varsity football and belonged to Hi-Y. He was a member of Wash-
ington Club and the Party Committee. Chuck served as president of
his homeroom C-18. He plans to attend Michigan State College or
WAYNE C. JOHNSON: Wayne came to AAHS from Iron Mountain,
Michigan. He was an enthusiastic club member,Vas he belonged to
'the Rifle Club, Bowling Club, Radio Club and Washington Club.
Wayne also participated in Junior Varsity baseball. He is planning
to attend college in the future. 1 5 I
C. GRACE JOHNSTON: Grace was president of her sophomore class ll '
and was on the iunior executive board. She served on the Student f ' f
Council and belonged to the Girls Athletic Club, Archery Club and
Scribblers' Club. Grace, who plans to attend the University of Mich-
igan, has a high scholastic record.
Q.: ALLAN H. JONES: Allan, an honor student, served as treasurer of
the band and received his letter. He was president of his homeroom
, 1 and on the Student Council. Allan was president of the Square Dance
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. Club, and a member of the orchestra. He participated in intramural
M, sports and was on the tennis team.
RICHARD H. JONES: Dick came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan
s , Junior High School. He was a member of the Square Dance Club and
Z 1 also participated in the Proiection Club. Dick won his band letter and
g X 4. t a tennis certificate. He plans to enter the School of Agriculture at
Michigan State College.
, TODD JONES: Todd, a Tappan graduate, was president of his home-
room. He has also served as a Washington Club representative.
Besides being an honor student, he won his Junior Varsity football-
" " - . award. Todd plans to attend the School of Business Administration
-' ' at the U. of M.
CONSTANCE J. JOSEPH: Connie was a member of her sophomore
class executive board, Student Council and she served as president
and secretary of her homeroom. She belonged to Bowling Club, GAC,
Table Tennis Club and Washington Club. Connie worked on the
Omega and served as business manager. She plans to attend the
U. of M.
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JUDITH N. KABAT: Judy was a member of the Student Council,
' , . Senor Class Executive Board and served as secretary and treasurer
'J , iii., g ' of her homeroom. She belonged to the Modern Record Club, GAC,
Washington Club and was a member of the Omega staff. Judy plans
Q, 3:1 . to attend the U. of M. School of Nursing.
I if 'A Club, Square Dance Club and Party Committee. She was also secretary
' of her homeroom, and belonged to St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Popular
'Y records occupy much of her time. Bev plans to attend business school
after graduation from AAHS.
DOROTHY A. KAPP: Dorothy, besides being on Student Council and
president of her homeroom, participated actively in Square Dance,
Washington and Scribblers' Clubs. She also belonged to the 4-H Club.
After graduation from high school, Dorothy is planning to attend
EDWARD J. KAPP: Ed came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan Junior
High School. He was employed at a gas station and he also worked
on a farm. Ed is interested in hunting and engages in this sport in
his spare time. After graduating from Ann Arbor High, Ed is planning
on going into farming.
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VIRGINIA A. KAPP: Ginnie came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High
School. She was an active member in Scribblers' Club an dthe Square , '
Dance Club. She served her homeroom as its secretary and has main- . .
tained honor roll grades. 4-H Club, sewing and sports are among her Q
outside activities. r - 6
FREDRIC J. KARR: Being interested in athletics, Fred received letters Ea
in basketball and tennis, and was a member of the Boy's Leader . ,-
Corps. He was also president of his homeroom and a representative 4' ,
of the Student Council. After graduation, Fred is planning to attend D ,
the U. of M. A
M. ISIDRA KEENE: lsidra was interested in the Junior Red Cross, and I
represented Washtenaw County at the Red Cross Training Camp at tm " l
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Classical music, literature, and sports interest V ,. ,, U
her. She was in GAC and German Club. lsidra plans to go to the w
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MARLENE J. KEIHL: Marlene was active in clubs, as she was a mem- ,isis ,
ber of GAC, Bowling, Art, Square Dance and Washington Clubs. She -fi Q '
also served on the Intramural-Managers Committee. Marlene was on A "
the Student Council and secretary of her homeroom. She plans to Z- ,
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KAREN R. KELLER: Karen, who had varying interests, was active in
, ., many high school organizations. Because of her interest in dramatics,
MMA. mx "' ' ui' she was in Drama Workshop. She also was in Washington, Conserva-
5 gig' tion and Camera Clubs. After graduation from Ann Arbor High
' School, Karen plans to attend college. I
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1 W C He was in Student Council, Assembly Committee, Washington Club
and held the office of treasurer of his homeroom. He was active in
mera and Square Dance Clubs. His future plans are to be either
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DIANE KERN: Before coming to AAHS, Diane attended U. High. She
was an honor student and served on the Student Council. Diane was
active in Drama Workshop, and also ioined the Record and Art Clubs.
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E C. KIDDLE: Sue was on the Senior Executive Board and served
president of her homeroom. She was active in GAC and a member
of the Chef's Club, Bowling Club and Square Dance Club. She was
on the Red Cross Committee and served as its secretary. She plans
to attend college after graduation.
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K. PENNIE KING: At AAHS Pennie was secretary of her homeroom s V ' .- ,
and was a representative on the Assembly Committee. She was a 1-W,
member of the Art, Record, Square Dance and Washington Clubs. V' 935 1 fc
Outside of school she is interested in sports. ln the future, Pennie A ' ,I ' 4
plans to attend college. eg- k Vg ,S
MARY JO KINSEY: Mary Jo, an honor student, came to AAHS from N., Tappan Junior High School. She participated in the Washington Club, Q
and was also a typist for the yearbook. Included among Mary Jo's is
outside interests are horseback riding, music and reading. She plans
to attend the U. of M.
BRUCE L. KINSLEY: Bruce attended Tappan Junior High before ,Q
coming to Ann Arbor High School and participated in the Photography
Club while at high school. His outside interests are hunting, and I
boating. He was a member of homeroom B-6. He is uncertain about P
his future plans. 2 T' if e I .
GWENDOLYN G. KITCHEN: Gwen came to Ann Arbor High School 5 N-
from Slauson Junior High School. She belonged to the Ping-Pong '2' ,rf-5.
Club and the Square Dance Club while at high school. She was very I ' "
interested in sports and was active in the Girls Athletic Club. Gwen vy-
was married in June of 1954.
JOHN W. KITTRELL: John came to Ann Arbor from Young High
School in Knoxville, Tenn. There he received a college scholar-
at 1 ship and a band letter. At AAHS he became very active in the band,
and on the tennis team. Among his outside interests are music and
people. He plans to attend the U. of M.
JANICE E. KLEINSCHMIDT: Janice was a member of the Scribblers'
Club for three semesters. She was also a member of the Modern
Record Club and the Washington Club. Janice served her homeroom
as its treasurer for two semesters. She participated in Junior Achieve-
ment. Janice plans to be a secretary.
JOHN KNIEPER: John came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High
School. He was a member of the Washington Club, Proiection Com-
mittee and Radio Club. John participated in Varsity football and was
also a cross country manager, After he graduates from high school,
H 1 John plans to ioin the Navy.
I 'I -I LEONARD F. KNOEDLER: While at AAHS Leonard served as Student
, Q H Council representative, and also as president of his homeroom. He
N: .4 was an active member of the Washington Club and a member of the
f' Square Dance Club. His hobbies include hunting and fishing. Upon
graduating he plans to enter the armed services.
FRANK J. KORNEXL: Frank attended Tappan Junior High School be- 5' '- ' ,
fore coming to Ann Arbor High School. He was employed at the '
Kroger Company as a stock boy. Among his outside interests are
hunting, fishing and working on cars. Frank is undecided as to his 1-5 ' V
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PATTI F. KREUI.: Patti was a member of the President's Committee, -fi 4'5"
Student Council, Debate team, Washington Club and Chef's Club. 1' ' ,A 2 V 'QL'
In her senior year, she was elected to the N.A.B. Patti won a scholastic . V "". . f
writing award and also was the secretary of her homeroom. She plans 52 '
to go to the U. of M. lil
EDWARD KURATH: Ed came to Ann Arbor High School from Uni-
versity High School. While there he won two numerals in track and '
also two scholarship awards. In his spare time Ed likes to work on
cars. His plans are to attend the University of Michigan Engineering
School after graduation.
JOHN J. LADISH: John, a graduate of Tappan, served as Optimist M' .af
photographer and received a certificate in stagecraft. He was a '
member of the Proiection and Rifle Clubs. Included among John's who-f
outside interests are radio and hunting. In the future he plans to
attend an electronic school.
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LYLE R. LAIDLAW: At AAHS Lyle participated in cross country, win-
ning two letters. He was also a member of the track team. Lyle
belonged to Square Dance and Rifle Clubs and Intramural Managers'
Committee. His future plans include electrician's apprentice school
and the Armed Forces.
FRED D. LAPOINTE: Before coming to AAHS Fred attended Tappan 'C' if
Junior High School. During his high school years, Fred was employed
at Kunkles Service Station. Among his outside interests are boats and
cars. After graduating from Ann Arbor High, Fred plans to go to
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LORETTA A. LARMEE: Loretta, an honor student, served as editor-in- , '
chief and third page editor of the Optimist while at AAHS. She was
an active member of GAC, the Bowling Club and Chef's Club. Loretta i
was president of her homeroom for two semesters. After graduation " '
she plans to attend college.
STANLEY W. LARMEE: Stan was elected captain of the varsity football
team and also played baseball. He served as president, and treasurer . '
of his homeroom and was on the Intramural Managers Committee. '
Stan, an honor student, belonged to Hi-Y and the Washington Club.
After graduation he plans to attend the U. of M. ' "
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I JUDITH M. LEDERER: Judy was an enthusiastic member of the Wash-
ington, Cl'ief's, and Square Dance Clubs. She also participated in
Cantando Choir and A Cappella. She is planning to go to Cleary
College and afterwards become a Secretary.
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BARBARA A. LEWIS: Barb represented her homeroom on the Assem-
bly Committee. She is interested in sports and participated in GAC,
the Bowling Club, and Intramural Sports. Outside of school Barb was
a member of the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club. In the fall of T955
she plans to attend a college in the East.
RHODA J. LEWIS: Rhoda came to Ann Arbor High from Slauson.
While at AAHS she belonged to the Washington Club, Chef's and
Bowling Clubs. Rhoda also participated in GAC, and served her
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WILLIAM C. LEWIS: Bill came to AAHS from Tappan Junior High
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wt , School. He participated in the Rifle Club and was also vice-president
of his homeroom during his sophomore year. Bill is interested in
- photography and this is also his favorite outside interest. He is un-
decided about his future plans.
CLIFFORD PETER LILLYA: Pete, ,
football, and received awards in swimming and tennis. He served as I N
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president of his homeroom and was a member of A Cappella Choir.
In his leisure time Pete enioys fishing. After graduating from Ann
Arbor High, he plans to attend college.
NANCY A. LINK: Nancy was a member of the Bowling Club, the " ,Q ,
Record Club, and the Square Dance Club. She also served ' "I"
Intramural Managers Committee and participated in GAC.
Nancy's outside interests are swimming and horseback riding. In the
future she plans to attend college.
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BETTY JOYCE LOGERQUIST: Joyce was chosen T954 Homecoming
Queen. She was secretary of the Student Council, vice-president of
President's Committee and chairman of the Party Committee. Joyce
won dramatic and writing honors, and she was also a member of the
Omega staff, GAC, Washington, Bowling and Table Tennis Clubs.
NEIL H. LUCKHARDT: Neil attended Tappan Junior High School be-
fore coming to Ann Arbor High. He is very interested in sports, and
his time outside of school is spent hunting. Neil plans to continue
work in the field of agriculture when he graduates from high school.
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ROBERT R. LUPI: Bob came to AAHS from Jones Junior High School.
He participated in football and was a member of the Rifle Club.
Bob was elected vice-president of his homeroom for two semesters.
He rates sports as his top outside interest, and he is still uncertain
about his future plans.
GERALD G. LUTZ: Jerry attended Michigan School for the Blind at
Lansing where he won a manager's letter in football and where he
belonged to the Hi-Y. At AAHS he was a member of A Cappella and
served as Student Council representative for his homeroom. After
graduation, Jerry plans to become either a minister or a teacher.
MARY ANN LUTZ: Before coming to AAHS Mary Ann attended
Slauson Junior High. She was a member of Girls Chorus and on COT.
Mary Ann was on the honor roll a maiority of the time that she has
been at Ann Arbor High. In her spare time she enioys playing the
piano. Her future plans include work and marriage.
RICHARD K. LYONS: Dick, a Slauson graduate, was a member of
the Conservation Club at AAHS. He served on Student Council and
as a Washington Club representative. Dick participated in the i953
All School Play. Included among his outside interests is sports. In
the future he plans to study law.
PHYLLIS J. McCLELLAN: At AAHS Phyllis served as secretary of her
homeroom, and on the Party Committee. She was a member of the
Assembly Committee, the Future Nurses Club and Girls' Chorus.
Phyllis was also in the Cooperative Occupational Training Program
for two semesters. She plans to attend college.
ANN C. McCLISTER: Ann was a member of the Assembly Committee,
Rifle Club and Photography Club. She also was in both Cantando
and A Cappella. ln her spare time she enjoys horseback riding,
swimming and ice-skating. After graduation Ann would like to do
CLARENCE W. McFALL: Clarence attended Slauson Junior High before
coming to Ann Arbor High. He was a member of the Table Tennis
Club and he also served on the Intramural Managers Committee.
Clarence participated in wrestling and baseball. He plans to attend
Michigan State Normal College.
MARGARET L. McLAUGHLIN: Margaret, a Slauson graduate, was an
active member of the Optimist staff. She served as second page
editor in her iunior year arid as first page editor in her senior year.
Margaret was also in the honor roll a maiority of the time she was
at AAHS. Her future plans include college.
A MYRTLE M. GASILO: Before coming to AAHS, Myrtle studied at
5 Ypsi High. Prior to that she attended Eaton Mills High in Willis,
Q Michigan. Myrtle is a licensed practical nurse. Her favorite pastime
is reading books. Myrtle plans to continue her career in nursing at
s, Beyer Memorial Hospital.
LOTTIE P. MAEDER: Lottie served as treasurer and Student Council
.." representative of her homeroom. She was an active member of the
Washington and Record Clubs. She also ioined the Square Dance Club
. and the Art Club. After graduation, Lottie plans to attend college to
study physical therapy.
" PAMELA A. MAGOON: Pam, a graduate of Slauson .lunior High,
was a member of the Washington Club and the Archery Club at
AAHS. She also participated in GAC and Cantando. Pam was em-
' ployed at Sylvia Studio as an assistant ballet teacher. After gradua-
tion, she plans to attend the U. of M.
DAVID W. MAHEY: Dave was a member of both the Proiection and
Washington Clubs. He was also in Junior Achievement in his iunior
year. One of his outside interests is photography. He also belongs
to the Grace Bible Church. Dave plans to go to General Motors Trade
lnstitute after graduating.
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f - S only a member of the Senior Executive Board, but also president and
K- vice-president of his homeroom. Bill played intramural basketball,
, I 1 W .. . football, and was captain of a hockey team. Bill is undecided about
ig ,. il Q. my his future plans.
- if R. KAY MANGAN: Kay was a member of the Senior Executive
' Board, Washington Club, Bowling Club, Party Committee and A
' . A Cappella. She served as president, vice-president and secretary of her
1, homeroom. She was elected Lt. governor of Wolvrine Girl's State.
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JANICE E. MARSHALL: Jan came to AAHS from Tappan. While in
1 high school she belonged to the Square Dance and Scribblers' Clubs.
Jan served her homeroom on the Red Cross and Assembly Committees.
She is interested in square dancing outside of school. After graduation
3, Jan plans to do secretarial work.
WAYNE H. MARTIN: Wayne, a graduate of Tappan Junior High
School ioined the Projection Club at Ann Arbor High. He received
managers awards in both football and baseball. Wayne includes
conservation among his outside interests and would like to enter the
field of conservation in the future.
BETTY J. MASER: Betty attended Slauson Junior High School before
coming to Ann Arbor High. Some of Betty's activities were GAC in her sophomore year and Bowling Club. A few of her outside activities 'fgulflz is
and hobbies are swimming, bowling, skating and sewing. After grad- . if
uation Betty plans to work. J 3, 'N f
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JAMES 0. MASON: James, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School, i
participated in both cross country and track. He was also a member ' , W' H Q
of the Art Club and the Record Club. ln his leisure time James enjoys xg """
listening to music. He plans to attend college after graduation from A.
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BARBARA JO MATZEN: Barb came to Ann Arbor High School from
Corunna High School in Corunna, Michigan. She participated in band, R
and the Future Nurses Club. Barb was active in the Methodist Church y
Youth Fellowship. She plans to attend the University of Michigan 3,
and would like to be a history teacher. ,,. -Ez.. L
JUDITH E. MATZINGER: Judy, a former Tappanite, joined the Wash- '
ington Club, the Square Dance Club and the Future Nurses Club. She J .gy
also participated in Girls' Chorus and Cantando. Judy's hobby is col- 1
lecting photographs. In the future she plans to go into nursing at wftxl -Q
St. Joseph's Hospital in Detroit. Q' "'
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JAMES ROBERT MAXWELL: Bob, an honor student, was in both the
.., X c. marching and the concert band. He received a letter for this par-
. i W. li' ticipation. Bob also ioined the Science Club, and the Photography Club.
, ,. :Q Among his outside interests is photography. After graduation he
Q ,E WR plans to attend the University of Michigan.
'av ,f A H' if ELAINE MAYNARD: Before coming to AAHS, Elaine attended North-
. fl xr, ern High School in Detroit. She was a member of A Cappella. While
K l g, at AAHS she was employed at Jacobson's. Among Elaine's outside
if '11' interests are art, music and swimming. In the future she plans to
vjfzw.. enter the field of art education.
EDWARD F. MEYER: Eddie, a sports enthusiast, played varsity football
and baseball. He also received letters in these sports. Eddie ioined
.M , , .Q the Washington Club, the Record Club and Hi-Y. He served as pres-
gt .1.V,,f,.- ,4'Ff ident of his homeroom and received a radio award. After graduation
'Y 'wi ff " gj ' Eddie plans to attend M.S.C.
'KK A JANET L. MILHAM: Janet, an honor student, was an active .member
. 9 j ' of GAC, served two years on its executive board, and received her
on 9 ,i S ."' high award. Janet was on the Senior Executive Board, Presidents'
1-af:-' fi Committee, Student Council and Omega Staff. She belonged to Wash-
3. ' "i ington Club. Janet plans to attend the U. of M.
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SYLVIA I. MILLARD: Sylvia was elected secretary of her homeroom
and was active in Future Nurses Club, and drama workshop. Sylvia . g x.
was on the honor roll a maiority of the time in high school. Among .
her outside interests she lists horses. After graduation Sylvia plans . . .
to be an elementary school teacher. , A
BERTA E. MILLER: Berta served as secretary of her homeroom. She an y
was a member of Conservation Club, Science Club, Washington Club K
and Cantando. Outside school she is interested in Junior Achievement .V
and served as secretary of her company. In the future, Berta plans
to attend college.
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MAX L MILLER: Max, a Tappan graduate, participated in swimming
and tennis at AAHS, and had the honor of being elected co-captain M 7' X W3
of the 1955 tennis team. He was a member of band and Camera Club. i '
Max also served on the Presidents' Committee. In the future he plans ,
to attend the U. of M. K-ffl .3 pe Q - s
STELLA A. MISNER: Stella served as Student Council representative, , H thi,
and homeroom treasurer. She was a member of the Future Nurses Club, 'X li ig:-if
Rifle Club, Scribblers' Club and Square Dance Club. While at Ann Arbor X 93' ' S
High Stella was on the Red Cross Committee. She plans to study 3.
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J. SHARON MITCHELL: Sharon, a graduate of Tappan Junior High
School, became a member of GAC at AAHS. She also belonged to
A Cappella and the Table Tennis Club, and served on the intramural
managers committee. Sharon received an' award for distance swimming.
Her future plans include marriage.
OTTO F. MOEHRLE: Otto was in the Radio Club at Ann Arbor High
for three years. He was a member of the band in which he won a
letter. Among his outside interests are radio, sports and television. ln
his spare time Otto had a iob at Knowson and Stevenson Co. Otto
plans to go to college after graduation.
PATRICIA L. MORAN: Pat worked on Optimist and served as its ad
manager. She belonged to the Modern Record Club, and the Bowling
Club. Pat also participated in GAC and the Washington Club. Her
outside interests include horseback riding and art. She plans to attend
FRANK F. MUELLER, JR.: Frank is very interested in music and dra-
matics. He was a member of A Cappela, band and orchestra. Frank
served on the sophomore, iunior and senior class executive boards,
and as president of the orchestra. He also belonged to the German
Club. Frank plans to attend the U. of M. School of Music.
college after graduation.
SAMUEL A. MORGAN: Before coming to AAHS Sam attended Tappan
Junior High School. He served on the Assembly Committee, and par-
ticipated in the Rifle Club and stage craft. Sam enioys hunting in his
leisure time. He plans to attend the University of Michigan Engineering
School after graduation.
JAMES L MULLISON: Jim, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School,
had an active interest in band, Proiection Club and stagecraft. He is
very interested in radio and electronics as a hobby and was also an
active Boy Scout. He plans to attend the U. of M. Engineering School.
CHARLES M. MURPHY: Chuck came to AAHS from Tappan Junior
High School. He was a member of the '55 Washington Club. He V
belonged to the West Side Methodist Church. Chuck was employed
at Marti Walker's. Swimming is one of his favorite hobbies. He V .., ,H
plans to attend the U. of M. in the future.
JANE E. MURREL: Before coming to AAHS .lane attended Leland ' v e-
High School in Leland, Michigan. There she was active in cheerleading
and dramatics, and was secretary of her sophomore and iunior classes.
Jane was a member of Square Dance Club. She plans to attend the Q r V il.:
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STANLEY D. MYERS: Stan, a Jones Junior High graduate, ioined the
Proiectionist Committee, and the Rifle Club while at Ann Arbor High.
He represented his homeroom on the Intramural Managers Committee. .
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skiing. He plans to ioin the Army.
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ANGELA J. NEEBLING: Angie, a former Slausonite, participated in the ,, H ,,,, f
Scribblers' Club, the Square Dance Club, the Washington Club and ,'v 3.,
Cantando. She was on the Cooperative Occupational Training Program. I A' 4
Angie served as vice-president of her homeroom. She plans to attend l 'Vi' ,
college after graduation. X 1 'ff' - A-fi Rl H' ?
THOMAS NEFF: Tom attended Slauson Junior High School. While at ,
Ann Arbor High School he became a member of the Rifle Club. He ,"9w9lM,.fiX ' A
is interested in sports, and especially enioys hunting and swimming. A
After graduation Tom's future plan is to ioin the naval branch of the
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ROBERT W. NEILLY: Bob participated on the baseball and cross-coun- Vi . ,N '
try teams. He belonged to the Hi-Y, Ping-Pong Club and played intra- ' 2. 7 g y.
mural basketball. Bob also served on the Intramural Managers Com- iiii V
mittee. He enioys keeping college and professional sport records. His H 6 '
future plans include the Navy. l
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KENNETH NELSON: Ken served as vice-president of his homeroom
" and on the Intramural Managers Committee. He won a letter in varsity
" football and also played basketball and baseball. Ken was a member
of Washington Club. After graduation he plans to serve in the armed
x gk 5 forces and then attend college.
R. MAXINE NICHOLSON: Maxine belonged to both the Scribblers'
:'- Club and Square Dance Club while in Ann Arbor High. She was a
is ',,A 1 ,A.,.':..,1 ., member and homeroom representative of Washington Club. Maxine
, ' . 2, also served as treasurer of her homeroom. She plans to do secretarial
iii X S work upon graduation from high school.
"" I.: C. ROBERT NOFFSINGER: Bob, a graduate of Slauson Junior High,
" was on the Cross Country team in his sophomore and iunior years.
He also was a member of the high school band for two years. Bob's
1 hobbies include sailboats and water skiing. He plans to attend the
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"., :QH P Q , GAIL J. NORDMAN: Gail belonged to both the Scribblers' and
' ' "N Square Dance Clubs. She was president of Y-Teens Club and ioined
Q vll, gy ""f"" library committee. She served on the Party Committee and as secre-
g '," v.g. . tary of her homeroom. Gail plans to attend a teacher's college, prob-
QA ably Michigan State Normal.
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A. WALTER NOWAK: While in Ann Arbor High, Walter belonged to
Washington Club and the Square Dance Club. He is very interested V '
in hunting and therefore ioined the Rifle Club. Walter's outside inter-
ests include farming and machinery. He plans to ioin the Navy after "
CHARLES D. 0'HARA: Chuck was interested in sports and participated A 'if'
actively in varsity football and wrestling. While at AAHS he won ,., Q
letters in both of these sports and had the honor of being co-captain AAJQQ.: .5
of the wrestling squad. Chuck's future plans include MSC and the E
armed services. Q
CHARLES J. OSBORN: While at Ann Arbor High Chuck was a mem- , P
ber of the A Cappella Choir. He worked as a laboratory assistant in E ..,. 7 ,',' 1 fra .'., J .2
the University Hospital Chemical Research Lab. Chuck plans to attend A P . '
the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. A
JULIE B. PALMER: At AAHS Julie served as Student Council repre- " 434 i- '
sentative and as secretary of her homeroom. She was a member of j 1 ' fl the Washington Club, the Red Cross Committee and the Girls' Athletic Q' I X 51
Club. Julie also sang in the A Cappella Choir and worked on the ' "', -5 V ,
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PATRICIA A. PALMER: Pat, a Tappan Junior High School graduate,
participated in the Bowling Club and Cantando while in high school.
5 Among her many interests are roller-skating and singing in a group
outside of school. After graduation, Pat plans to work or ioin the
CLARENCE PARTIN: Clarence was an active member in the Square
Dance Club, Rifle Club, and was president of the Proiection Club.
He also was on the swimming team and in band. He received a letter
and a pin in swimming, and a letter in band. His future plan is to
111 5 become an automobile engineer.
WILLIAM F. PATTERSON: Before coming to AAHS Bill attended West-
minster School in Simsbury, Connecticut. He played a very active part
in the school's dramatic program. He was also a member of the Record
Club, and served as a Washington Club representative. After gradua-
tion, Bill plans to go to college.
BARBARA C. PEDIGO: Barb was a member of the orchestra for three
years. She also received an orchestra letter. Barb served on the
Assembly Committee and the Party Committee. She was a member of
the Bowling Club. Barb plans to attend the William Jennings Bryan
BOB A. PEER: At AAHS Bob served as president and treasurer of
his homeroom. He was a member of the Chef's Club and acted as its
president. As Bob was interested in sports, he played basketball, ,qu y , .-
baseball and was captain of an intramural football team. Bob plans fl"
to attend the University of Michigan. X'
PENNY A. PERAKIS: Penny came to AAHS from Slauson Junior High ga Y
School. ln her Junior year she was a member of Cantando, girls' wt
chorus and sang in her church choir. Her outside interests include 's
music and reading. Penny plans to work after graduation.
ROBERT D. PERRY: Bob was elected vice-president of the Sophomore
Class and president of the Junior Class. A sports enthusiast, Bob
won letters in football, basketball and track. He was also a member
of the Washington Club. Bob's outside interests are hunting and fish-
ing. He is undecided about his future plans. Q
TOMMY O. PERRY: Tommy, a former Tappanite, served as vice-pres- gs 1 film' r '
ident and treasurer of his homeroom. He was also a Washington Club f
representative. Tommy ioined the Bowling Club and the Archery Club. ' LT, ' bg
Among his outside interests are Junior Achievement, hunting, fishing N S
and golf. He plans to attend Michigan State College. , v, .
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RICHARD L. PHELPS: Rick, an honor student, served on the Student
Council and the Presidents' Committee. He was a member of the band,
the Washington Club and the Record Club. Rick was interested in
sports and participated in basketball and golf. His future plans are to
attend a college or university.
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3 JANE A. PHIBBS: Jane came to Ann Arbor High from Tappan Junior
Y .. High School. She was an active member of the Conservation Club.
Jane also worked on the yearbook. After graduation, she plans to
attend the University of Michigan School of Architecture and Design.
GLEN A. PHILP: Glen, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School,
was a member of homeroom B-16. During his high school years, he
was employed in his father's business concern. Glen is a member
W' '9' of Saint Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Hunting and fishing oc-
cupy most of his leisure time.
SUSAN A. PIERCE: While at AAHS Sue served on the Student Council
V and the Party Committee. She was a member of GAC and the Bowling
'.b " Club. Sue worked on the Omega staff and was a Washington Club
- - representative for her homeroom. After graduation she plans to
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RONALD D. POLLOCK: Ron received a debate and speech letter, two
citizen awards, and is a state declamation and extempore speech
winner. He was president of the high school band, treasurer of the
Q2 Student Council and member of the Senior executive board. Ron
S N ' plans to attend college.
W MARY G. POWELL: Mary attended Ironwood High School before
coming to Ann Arbor High. There, she participated in band, choir and
tumbling. At AAHS Mary ioined the band and Scribblers' Club. She
enjoys music and dancing and plans to work after graduation.
I I l JANET L. POWERS: Janet belonged to GAC, Square Dance Club and
t :WIHM bw- Washington Club, She participated in intramural volleyball and arch-
' ' .1 Will ' . Q. ery. Janet served her homeroom as a Student Council representative,
. secretary and was on the Party Committee. Her future plans include
if " ,, 5 attending MSC.
ml ' L' , ggi 3 GEORGE R. PRATT: George was vice-president of this senior Class.
, ,E l He participated actively in varsity baseball, won three letters, and
-fi g A:-- ' its served as captain in his senior year. George was a member of
A lf'- .Q "'i --1, Washington Club and served as one of its officers. He was also a
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it GAIL M. PRINDLE: Gail worked on the Omega for three years,
serving as an associate editor in her senior year. She belonged to
Washington Club, Square Dance, Chef's and Art Clubs. Gail was a
member of Student Council and the Assembly Committee. She plans
to attend Michigan State Normal College.
was active in Dramatics Club, Latin and French Clubs. At Ann Arbor
High she was active in radio and served as Student Council repre-
sentative. She likes to swim and play badminton. Sue's future plans
include attending the University of Michigan.
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CATHERINE SUE PRINGLE: Sue attended Wayne High where she
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CARYL E. PRYOR: Caryl was a member of both the marching and
concert bands, earning a band letter and pin. She belonged to the
Future Teachers Club and served on Student Council and Red Cross
Committee. Caryl enioys swimming and bowling. She plans to attend
college after graduation.
MARY JEANNE PURDY: Mary Jeanne, a Slauson Junior High gradu-
ate, belonged to the Future Nurses Club. While at Ann Arbor High
she also served her homeroom as both secretary and treasurer. One
of Mary Jeanne's interests outside of school is reading. In the future,
she plans to become a nurse.
WILLIAM M. RAEBURN: Bill belonged to the Conservation Club while
at Ann Arbor High. He was employed at Wahr's bookstore as a
shipping clerk. Bill's hobby is tropical fish and he enjoys camping
out-of-doors. He plans to enter the teaching profession after attending
w y Michigan State Normal College. i
, 1 4 l l KELSEY G. RAMEY: Kelsey participated in cross country, track and
' " ' intramural football. He belonged to both the Rifle and Archery Clubs
' if and served on the Intramural Managers Committee. Kelsey's interests
outside of school include sports, dancing and photography. He plans
A to study dentistry or pharmacy while attending college.
JOANNE M. RAMSEY: JoAnne attended Slauson Junior High before
' coming to Ann Arbor High. She belonged to the Square Dance Club,
Rifle Club and Washington Club. JoAnne is interested in music, art
and sewing. She would like to become an airline hostess. Marriage
is also included in her future plans.
W ,"' NICK L. RAYER: Nick, a Slauson graduate, participated in track for
5? his three years at AAHS. He also was a member of the cross country
team in his iunior and senior years. Nick includes sports, hunting and
fishing among his outside interests. ln the future he plans to ioin
ROBERT J. RAYER: Bob was a member of the Conservation Club and
the Square Dance Club. He was employed in the shipping department
of the Buhr Machine Tool Company. Bob's outside interests include
hunting and trapping. He plans to loin the armed services after grad-
uation from high school.
PATRICIA A. RAYMENT: Patt, a Tappan Junior High School graduate,
joined the Washington Club at Ann Arbor High School. She held the '
offices of secretary and treasurer of her homeroom, A-I. After gradu-
ation from Ann Arbor High School, Patt plans to enter into the
SANDRA L. RAYMENT: Sandy came fa AAHS from Tappan Junior ffffii' A ' iii
High School. She was interested in square dancing and became a 1 1
member of that high school club. In her spare time she was em- -
ployed at St. Joseph's Hospital. As to her outside interests, Sandy 3
likes roller skating and horseback riding. .-PT 5'
JAMES M. REED: Jim, an honor student, served as president of his .V J S gi
homeroom at AAHS. He won several writing awards and was second A' '
in a school math contest. Jim was a member of band and Science, . 'ii ..
Modern Record and Square Dance Clubs. He was employed at WPAG
as a record librarian and a disc iockey. f, P Ax -- F !
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ROBERT H. REED: Bob attended Summit High School in Summit, New
Jersey. At AAHS he was an active member of the marching band
and the Rifle Club. As Bob was interested in sports, he participated
in track and basketball. After graduation from Ann Arbor High School,
Bob plans to attend college.
ELEANOR A. RICE: Ellie, a Tappan graduate, was a member of GAC,
Washington Club, Chef's Club and Table Tennis Club. She served as
secretary of her homeroom and worked on the Omega staff. In her
spare time Ellie enioys swimming and horseback riding. She plans
to attend either MSC or MSNC.
NANCY L. RICHARDS: At AAHS Nancy joined the Archery Club,
Q Table Tennis Club and Washington Club. She served as secretary of
' her home room and was active in GAC. She also was a member of
V the orchestra. Junior Achievement was among Nancy's outside inter-
ests. Her future plans include college.
if GEORGE A. RICHARDSON: George was a member of the varsity
'pl swimming team, earning an award in this sport. He was on the cross
'Y r 2' country and track teams. George belonged to Washington Club and
Ping-Pong Club. He was active in Junior Achievement. George plans
9? to attend Northwestern University upon graduation.
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WILLIAM G. RIDDLE: Bill took part on the varsity wrestling team
and also played varsity football, winning awards in both these sports.
He was a member of the Art Club. Bill is interested in weight lifting,
hunting and fishing. He, after graduation, plans to ioin the Navy
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THOMAS W. RIGGS: While at AAHS Tom was a member of both
the golf and swimming teams. He belonged to the Camera Club, .Q ,QE
Science Club and Washington Club. Tom's varied hobbies include at A 'L'
boating and photography. After graduation he plans to attend the Z
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WILLIAM ROBINSON: At AAHS Bill played varsity football and re- K
ceived a letter in the sport. He also participated in baseball. Bill was 4 fa.
a member of Bowling and Washington Clubs, and served on Student
Council. As a hobby Bill likes to listen to hillbilly records. After
graduation, he plans to work.
RICHARD L. ROCKMAN: Rocky, a graduate of Tappan, participated
actively on the cross country team and he won awards in this sport.
He served his homeroom by becoming a member of Student Council.
After graduation from Ann Arbor High School Rocky plans to attend
Michigan State Normal College.
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THOMAS V. ROLAND: Before coming to AAHS Tom attended Carson
City High School. He was a member of the band and the Science
Club. Among his outside interests is reading. Tom was on the honor
roll a maiority of the time in high school. In the future he plans to
attend medical school at the U. of M.
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member of A Cappella, Hi-Y Club and the Photography Club. Music V 1 ,,
is included among Elmer's outside interests. He plans to attend college A . y K
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PHILIP RUTLEDGE: Phil, a Tappan Junior High School graduate, par- , A
ticipated in cross country while in high school. He also became a 'iii' I' f
member of the Camera Club. Some of his hobbies include hunting, , ,
archery and photography. In the future Phil plans to serve in the ',,, e
Air Force of the United States. ' . ' "' H A ,. yt
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RAYMOND B. RUTLEDGE: Ray, a former student of Slauson Junior NP' 5 ' 1 , A 5
High School, was a member of the Assembly Committee and the Noon ,QQ ,
Hour Committee. He was employed at Van's Market. Among his lm' IAQ 755' A
outside interests are driving and fishing. Ray plans to enter the 3,
business world after graduation. I f llll A
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Q. . ROBERTA J. RUTLEDGE: Roberta served as president of her home-
room, B-22. She was a member of both Cantando and A Cappela.
Roberta also participated in the Washington Club and the Girls Ath-
letic Club. Her hobby is collecting records. After graduation she plans
to attend business college.
g, 3 ROBERT W. SALISBURY: Bob attended Tappan Junior High School
- " ' X before coming to An nArbor High School. He was a member of the
lx Proiection Club and the Washington Club. Bob was also on COT and
" worked at the S. S. Kresge Company. After graduation, he plans to
attend college or join the Navy.
DONNA J. SANTURE: Donna came to Ann Arbor High School from
University High School. She was active in intramural sports and served
it on the Intramural Managers Committee. She was also a member of
V the Bowling Club, the Washington Club and COT. Upon graduating,
Donna plans to attend college.
JAMES A. SCHAIRER: Jim, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School,
joined the Protection Committee at AAHS. His outside interests include
electricity and mechanics. He is a member of the Bethlehem Evangel-
ical and Reformed Church. After graduation Jim plans to attend the
General Motors Institute.
CHARLES H. SCHAUER: Before coming to AAHS Charles attended
Tappan Junior High School. He was a member of the Rifle Club and
the Red Cross Committee. Sportswise, Chuck participated in track and
wrestling. Outside of school he enioys hunting. After graduation,
Charles plans to ioin the Navy.
JANET L. SCHLANDERER: Janet, a former Tappanite, belonged to the
Record Club and the Washington Club. While at Ann Arbor High,
she was employed at the Food and Drug Mart. Her outside interests
are bowling and collecting popular records. Cleary College is included
in her future plans.
HARRIETTE E. SCHMID: Harriette ioined Cantando, the Art Club, and
the Bowling Club. She was a member of Washington Club and '
served as president of her homeroom. Among her outside interests
are boating and surfboard riding. In the future, Harriette plans to
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J. MICHAEL SCHMID: Mike, who attended Slauson Junior High V 19?
School before coming to Ann Arbor High School, was a member of - sg,
the Washington Club. He lists hunting and an interest in guns as his 2 --'gg ii
hobbies. Mike, an honor student, plans to attend college upon gradu- is
ation from Ann Arbor High School
GRETCHEN R. SCHNABEL: Gretchen attended C. L. Scott High School
in East Orange, New Jersey, before coming to AAHS. She ioined
the Future Nurses Club and was on the Senior Executive Board. In
her spare time Gretchen likes to play the ukulele and read. After
graduation she plans to enter the U. of M.
BETH A. SCHNEEBERGER: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School,
Beth attended Slauson Junior High School. She became a member of
the Table Tennis Club and served on the Assembly Committee. In
her leisure time Beth enioys bowling, skating and swimming. Her
future plans include work.
LESTER F. SCHNEIDER: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School,
Lester attended Tappan Junior High School. During his years in high
school he was employed by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Hunting
is one of Lester's outside interests. He is a member of the St. Thomas
Church. His future plans include work.
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DORIS M. SCHMID: Doris, a graduate of Tappan Junior High School,
was on the COT program at AAHS. She was employed as a secretary
at the Burton Abstract Company. Doris was also on the honor roll
a maiority of the time. Her outside interests include roller skating,
horses, and stock car races.
JULIE SCHULTZ: Julie served as assistant busines smanager of the
Omega and president of her homeroom for one semester. She was
on Student Council. Julie was a member of the Bowling Club, the
Art Club and the Washington Club. Her future plans include North-
SARA E. SCHUMACHER: Sara, a Slauson Junior High graduate, was
active in the AAHS orchestra and received an orchestra letter, She was
also a member of the German Club. Sara was on the honor roll a
maiority of the time in high school. Among her outside interests are
included music and ice-skating. ln the future, Sara plans to attend
the University of Michigan.
TIMOTHY J. SEAMONS: Tim attended Howell High School in Howell,
Michigan, before coming to Ann Arbor High School. He served as
vice-president of his homeroom and was on the Red Cross Committee.
He was a member of the band, the Rifle Club, and the Air-Age Club.
His hobby is collecting coins.
PATRICIA A. SEEGER: Coming to Ann Arbor High School from
Slauson Junior High School, Pat was very active in the Future Nurses
Club. Among her many 'outside interests she includes collecting
popular records. In the future Pat plans to enter the School of Nursing
at the University of Michigan.
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CHARLOTTE A. SELL: Charlotte, a graduate of Tappan Junior High
School, was a member of the Square Dance Club and Cantando. She
served on the Assembly Committee. Among her hobbies Charlotte
enioys football games. In the future, she plans to work and then
- get married.
SHIRLEY M. SHANKLAND: Shirley attended Tappan Junior High be-
fore coming to AAHS. A club enthusiast she ioined the Modern Record
Club, Bowling Club, Square Dance Club and Washington Club. Shirley
includes roller skating among her outside interests. She plans to
attend business college after graduation.
ARDYS E. SHARP: Ardys, an honor student, served as both vice-
president and secretary of her homeroom. She was a member of
Cantando and A Cappella. Ardys also ioined the Scribblers' Club and
the Square Dance Club at AAHS. After graduation she plans to attend
Michigan State Normal College.
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WILLIAM M. SHAW: Bill was Wee-president of his homeroom and a
member of both the Conservation and Rifle Clubs. He is interested
in fishing and joined the Rod and Reel Club. Bill played football and
participated in wrestling. He plans to attencl college after graduation
from high school.
MINNIE L SHELBY: Minnie, who attended Tappan Junior High School
. . before coming to Ann Arbor High School, was active in the Girls
' t. . V. Athletic Club and joined the Table Tennis Club. She is a member of
. , the Baptist Church. After graduating from Ann Arbor High School,
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' TENA M. SHILLING: Tena came to AAHS from Slauson Junior High
School. She served as vice-president and treasurer of her homeroom.
She was a member of Bowling Club, Red Cross Committee and Intra-
mural Managers Committee. Tena was married in August, 19545 she
plans to raise a family after graduation.
DOUGLAS H. SMALL: Doug attended Tappan Junior High School be-
fore coming to AAHS. Among his outside interests Doug includes
hunting, fishing and trapping. During his high school years, he was
employed at the Pittsfield School as a custodian. ln the future, Doug
would like to run his own body shop.
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BEVERLY J. SMITH: Bev, an honor student, was a member of the
band, the orchestra and the Youth Symphony. She received awards
in band. A Cappella and voice and ensemble were also some of her
activities. Bev served on Student Council. In the future, she plans to . +V--
attend Wheaton College. u tv'
CHARLES COURTNEY SMITH: Court attended Tappan Junior High S
School before coming to Ann Arbor High School. He served as pres-
ident of his homeroom. Court also participated actively in band and 7 A so L
received a letter. His interesting hobby is collecting guns. He plans
to attend trade school after graduation. X
DALE B. SMITH: Dale attended Palm Beach High before coming to A
Ann Arbor High. He ioined the Art Club and was Student Council
representative for his homeroom C-3r. Dale is interested in archeology
and art and plans to attend an art school in Europe upon graduation
from Ann Arbor High.
DARLEEN M. SMITH: Darleen served as secretary of her homeroom
for two semesters. She was a member of the Washington Club, the
Modern Record Club and the Table Tennis Club. Darleen participated
in Cantando. Among her outside interests are modeling and sports.
She plans to attend MSC after graduation.
DAVID W. STAEBLER: Before coming to AAHS, Dave attended Tappan
Junior High School. Among his interests outside of school Dave
enioys raising and also training horses. After graduating from Ann
Arbor High School, he plans to take a course in animal husbandry
and then continue working with horses.
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,aim Q LIDA F. STARK: Lida attended Northeast High School in Kansas City,
E-a.-'I' Missouri, before coming to Ann Arbor High School. She was a member
of the Art Club for one semester and enioys art in her leisure time.
Upon graduating from Ann Arbor High School, Lida plans to go to
the University of Kansas.
V Q SONYIA E. STASHEFF: Sunny, an honor student, received awards for
Q . her participation in band. She was secretary of the band, the Assembly
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plans include going to the U. of M.
DONNA M. STEEB: Donna was on the Optimist and Omega staffs
and served as secretary of her homeroom. She was a Red Cross
Committee member and was in the Camera and Washington Clubs.
W include swimming, ice-skating and photography.
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LUCILE M. STILSON: Lucile ioined the Washington Club and the
Archery Club. She served on the Red Cross and the intramural Man-
agers Committees. Lucile also participated in Drama Workshop. Her
outside interests include horses, swimming and painting. After gradu-
ation she plans to go into nursing.
FREDRICK T. STOWE: Fred, a graduate of Tappan Junior High School,
ioined the Bowling Club at AAHS. His hobbies include hunting, fish-
ing and racing hydroplanes. After graduation, Fred plans to take
Business Administration at Michigan State College and then become
a stock broker.
JOAN STOWERS: Joan, a former Tappanite, was a member of the
Square Dance Club and the Baton Twirling Club. She also served on
the Assembly Committee and the Red Cross Committee. Roller skating,
ice skating and swimming are among her outside interests. ln the 3
future Joan intends to work.
GLENNA L SUNDAY: Before coming to Ann Arbor High, Glenna ' y Kg
attended Tappan Junior High School. She became a member of the
Washington Club and the Square Dance Club. Her outside interests 3
include cooking, collecting records and bowling. Glenna wants to I 'Qs '
operate a nursery school after graduation.
A it . ROBERT 0. SUTCH: Bob received a letter for playing varsity football
and he also participated in wrestling and baseball. Bob served as
president, vice-president and treasurer of his homeroom. He ioined
A the Washington Club. Bob plans to enter the service and then attend
JANE M. SWARTOUT: Jane attended Slauson Junior High School
before coming to Ann Arbor High School. She was a member of the
Square Dance Club, the Art Club, the Baton Twirling Club and the
Washington Club. ln her leisure time, Jane enioys dancing and swim-
ming. Her future plans are undecided.
KATHLEEN L SWEET: Kathy, a Slauson graduate, participated in
Cantando while at AAHS. She was on the Red Cross and the Assembly
Committees. Kathy was secretary and treasurer of her homeroom.
Her outside interests include skating and oil painting. She would like
, to become a Secretary after graduation.
an JAMES A. TAYLOR: While at Ann Arbor High School Jim was a
A' member of the Boys Leader Corps. He is interested in sports and
. participated in track, football and wrestling. Jim includes woodwork-
ing among his outside interests. In the future, he plans to attend
a trade school.
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JOAN E. TAYLOR: Joan, an honor student, earned a high award
in GAC and was on the executive board for two years. She was
an associate editor of the Omega and a Washington Club representa-
tive. Joan was a member of Student Council, Assembly Committee,
Bowling Club and Art Club. She plans to attend college.
RICHARD E. TENNANT: Dick, a Tappan Junior High graduate, took
part in cross country and won a letter in the sport. He also par-
ticipated in intramural sports. Dick's outside interests include all kinds
of sports, After graduation, he plans to join the Navy and then he
may enter college.
MARILYN R. TEPPO: While at Ann Arbor High, Marilyn ioined the
Future Nurses Club and the Square Dance Club. She served on the
Red Cross and the Assembly Committees. Some of her outside interests
included popular music and sports. Marilyn plans to attend the Uni-
versity of Michigan when she graduates.
JACK I.. TERRY: Jack attended Tappan Junior High School before 'V
coming to Ann Arbor High School. At AAHS he became a member ' ' H
of homeroom C-I7 and also participated in the activities of the Rifle - '
Club. After graduation from Ann Arbor High Jack plans to ioin the
United States Army.
WILLIAM O. THOMAS: At AAHS Bill was active in sports. He par-
ticipated in track and was elected captain of the team for his senior
year. He also played varsity football. Bill served as president of
his homeroom and belonged to Hi-Y. After graduation, he plans to
army and then attend college.
MARJEAN THOMPSON: Coming to Ann Arbor High School from
Tappan Junior High School, Mariean served as president and vice-
president of her homeroom. She was a Washington Club representative
and participated in Cantando and the Art Club. ln the future Mariean
wants to be a dental hygienist.
ROBERT B. THOMPSON: Bob, a graduate of Tappan Junior School,
ioined the Washington Club and the Rifle Club at AAHS. He also
participated in swimming. Included in his hobbies are photography,
woodworking and building motor boats. After graduating from AAHS
Bob plans to attend college.
WILLIAM R. THOMPSON: Bill attended Tappan Junior High School
before coming to Ann Arbor High School. He was a member of the
Washington Club, the Rifle Club and the Science Club. Among Bill's
outside interests are hunting, fishing and cars. He plans to enter
the fields of engineering and printing.
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pan Junior High School, Bob was employed at the Hamburg Dairy,
delivering milk. Among his outside interests he lists hunting and cars.
After graduation from Ann Arbor High School, Bob plans to work
and then enter the armed services.
BETTY L. TOON: Betty attended Slauson Junior High School before
coming to Ann Arbor High School. She was a member of the Bowling
Club in her sophomore and iunior years. Included among Betty's
outside interests are roller skating and bowling. After graduation,
she plans to work.
EVELYN M. TREASTER: Evelyn, a graduate of Tappan Junior High,
served on the Assembly Committee and the Intramural Managers
Committee at AAHS. She was a member of Cantando and the Square
Dance Club. Ev belongs to the Methodist Youth Group. She plans to
work at the Bell Telephone Company after graduation.
THOMAS R. ULBERG: Tom, who attended St. Thomas High School
before coming to Ann Arbor High, served on our Student Council
as representative for his homeroom. He is interested in collecting
records and therefore ioined the Modern Record Club. Tom plans to
work or enter the armed services upon graduation.
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SHIRLEY A. VASHER: Coming to Ann Arbor High from St. Thomas
High School, Shirley served on the Assembly Committee and the Red
Cross Committee. She ioined the Baton Twirling Club in her iunior
year. lce skating is among her outside interests. She includes marriage
in her future plans.
GARY M. VOGEL: Gary, a graduate of Slauson Junior High School,
was active in sports at Ann Arbor High School. He received letters in
football and also participated in wrestling. Gary was a member of
the Ping-Pong Club. Outside of school he is interested in boxing.
PHYLLIS M. VOGEL: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School
:Phyllis attended Tappan Junior High School. While at high school
she served on the Red Cross Committee. Phyllis attends the Zion
Lutheran Church and enioys skating with a church group. Her future
plans are indefinite.
KAREN WAGGONER: Karen took an active part in voice and en-
semble and was secretary of the Camera Club. She served as treasurer
of her homeroom and was on the Party Committee. Her hobbies
include cooking, music, photography and reading. Karen plans to
attend the University of Michigan.
HANS H. WAGNER: At Ann Arbor High, Hans participated in the
Camera, Radio and Washington Clubs. He took an active part in
Junior Achievement, being treasurer of his company. One of his
favorite sports is tennis. Hans plans to attend the University of Mich-
igan in the future.
DONALD M. WALDO, JR.: Don participated in varsity football and
varsity cross country. He served as president of his homeroom. Don
also ioined the Record and the Rifle Clubs. Hunting is listed among
his outside interests. ln the future, Don plans to loin the Navy and
then enter college.
GAIL W. WALLACE: Before coming to AAHS, Gail attended high
school in Ottawa, Ontario, Albany, New York, and Chicago, Illinois.
She ioined the Future Nurses and the Washington Clubs. Gail sang
Q in Cantando. Among her hobbies she enjoys swimming and ice skat-
- ' V M- I ing. Gail plans to enter nursing school.
A ELIZABETH M. WANDEL: Liz served as secretary of her homeroom
and was on the Red Cross Committee. She was a member of the bahd
for three years, earning both a gold and a silver pin. Liz belonged
to the German Club during her time in high school. She plans to
attend a business college.
VIRGINIA L. WARNER: Jinny was secretary of her homeroom B-3
and a member of the girls' chorus for three years. She also belonged
to the Modern Record Club, Chef's Club and the Florticulture Club.
Jinny likes to make her own clothes, cook, she also enjoys music.
After graduation she plans to work. '
became a member of Cantando while at AAHS. She lists music and A'
swimming as her favorite outside interests. Ada worked as a secretary
for Blue Cross Insurance Company and plans to do secretarial work
after graduation from Ann Arbor High School. -
WERNER G. WEITZEL: Werner served his homeroom as Student Coun-
cil representative and on the Party Committee. He was president of
the orchestra and a member of the band, earning a letter for his
work. Werner belonged to the Washington Club, and he participated
in intramural basketball. He plans to attend the U. of M. ,
J. WILLIAM WENRICH: Bill, an honor student, was elected pres-
ident of his senior class and vice-president of his junior class. He
was on Student Council and Presidents' Committee. Bill played varsity
football and tennis. He joined the Washington Club and Chef's Club.
His future plans include college.
JOHN L. WESSINGER: John was a member of Presidents' Committee
and served his homeroom as Student Council representative. He
earned managers letters in football and track. John is interested in
" . ,,,' sports and participated in intramural games. He plans to attend the
University of Michigan.
.aj vor' SYLVIA J. WHITLEY: Sylvia, a Tappan graduate, was a member of
the Bowling Club, and the Chef's Club. She served as treasurer of
her homeroom and belonged to the Washington Club. Sylvia is
interested in all sports. She plans to attend Cleary College in order
to become a stenographer.
,lb . .. RON WILDE: Ron, a Slauson graduate, was elected co-captain of
i ,. 4 the wrestling team in his senior year. He also participated in track.
, ff Ron served as president of his homeroom and was a member of
g Q . Table Tennis, Rod and Reel and Rifle Clubs. He plans to enter military
, ' g service in the future.
JAMES F. WILLIAMS: Sportswise, Jim participated in football and
wrestling and received awards in these sports. He served on the
y ' ' Senior Executive Board. Jim was a member of the Student Council
ki. ' and participated in the Bowling Club and radio. He plans to attend
I 'V li if college after graduation.
ADA D. WATERBURY: Ada, who graduated from Tappan Junior High, -,sv
RICHARD N. WILLIAMS: Rich was a member of the varsity football
team, member of the all-state team, and was voted the most valuable
player. He participated in wrestling and took the state heavyweight
championship. Rich was on the Senior Executive Board and also
belonged to the baseball and track teams.
'U ""' ROBERT E. WILLIAMS: Robert participated in football and basketball
in his sophomore and iunior years. He was a member of Hi-Y and
played intramural basketball. Robert also served on the Assembly
Committee. He plans to attend Michigan State Normal or to work
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ig JOYCE A. WILLITS: Joyce, an honor student, represented her home-
room on Student Council and Presidents Committee. She also was a
member of Camera Club and took an active part in voice and en-
semble. Joyce enioys music, swimming and reading in her spare time.
She plans to go to the U. of M. after graduation.
SHARON L. WININGER: Sharon, who attended Lowrey High in Dear-
born before moving to Ann Arbor, ioined GAC and the Bowling Club.
She also was a member of Washington Club and COT the second
semester of her senior year. Sharon enioys roller skating and music.
She plans to become a secretary.
ANNA L. WIRE: Anna, while in high school was a member of Bowl- ' 'V .N y A V b
ing Club, Girls Athletic Club and Washington Club. She also belonged 2 f " ' '
to the Table Tennis Club. Anna's hobby is collecting records and A i
she ioined the Modern Record Club. She plans to attend Michigan S" g " i ff
State College in the future. A . ..., Y
GARY W. WISEMAN: Gary, a Tappan Junior High graduate, was a A ' .
member of a homeroom championship archery team. His outside in- 4 V .V ., i 1
terests include hunting, fishing and automobiles. Gary worked week- "-- ' A-
ends as a painter. After he graduates, he plans to learn a trade in h X
the United States Armed Forces. V ,.
RONALD KIM ZEEB: Kim was a Student Council representative for
his homeroom at Ann Arbor High School. He is a Tappan Junior High
graduate. Kim, in his spare time, likes to ride horses and is interested
in agriculture. After commencement he plans to attend Michigan
T. WOODWARD ZEIGLER, JR.: Woodie, a graduate of Tappan Junior
High School, became a member of both the Radio and the Camera
Clubs while at Ann Arbor High School. He attends Saint Andrews
Episcopal Church. Woodie plans to attend the University of Michigan
when he graduates from high school.
DONALD J. ZEMKE: Don was a member of the band for three years,
receiving a band letter for his participation. He belonged to the
Bowling Club, Table Tennis Club and served on the Assembly Com-
mittee. He enioys bowling, basketball and baseball in his spare time.
Don plans to work after graduation.
LEROY F. ZEIGLER: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School LeRoy
went to school in Nashville, Tennessee where he participated in foot-
ball, receiving two letters in the sport. Among his outside interests
LeRoy includes cars. After graduation from Ann Arbor High School
he plans to join the Navy.
IRENE I.. ANDERSON: Irene spent her sophomore and iunior years at
Clawson High in Clawson, Michigan. At Ann Arbor High she was on
the Red Cross Committee. She enioys listening to classical music, and
also is an enthusiastic tennis player. Irene hopes to continue with
secretarial work in the future.
ROBERT W. MORTON: Before coming to Ann Arbor High School
Bob attended Tappan Junior High School. He participated actively in
the Bowling Club. While in high school Bob's outside interest was
working on automobiles. He plans to further his education in a trade
school after graduation from AAHS.
RAYMOND E. SHEPHERD: Before coming to AAHS, Ray attended
University High School. He was a member of the Conservation Club.
Among Ray's outside interests are hunting, fishing and trapping.
After graduation, he plans to attend the U. of M. and major in
JAMES E. YAHR: Jim, who attended Slauson Junior High School,
became an active member of the Art Club at Ann Arbor High
School. He enioys playing football and basketball during his leisure
time. Upon graduating from Ann Arbor High School, he plans to ioin
the United States Army.
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2: C. Travis, T. Kress, S. Lum, D. Drum-
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Charles Barclay, the Junior Class actively participated in
several events during the school year, among them the
Junior Prom, school camp and ticket sales for the school
plays. Always eager to enter into school activities, the
Junior Class was successful in everything it undertook of
its school spirit, ambition and ability.
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High School in a spirit of anticipation and eagerness.
They quickly became a significant part of the student
body because of their determination to do their part. Led
by President Chuck Kleinschmidt and supervisors Mr. Myers
,N 3 Y and Mrs. Hoag, the class sponsored the Sophomore Fund
1 5 Night and participated in the ticket sales for the school
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Raw l: L. Zahn, W. Roth, D. Allan, S. Lum.
Row 2: E. Hoag, C. Kleinschmidt, R, Fullerton, M. Niehuss, M.
Meadows, P. Meyers.
Row 3: D. Downey, M. A. Tramontin, D. Littall, M. Guenther, G.
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ROW I: S. Schuler, P. Van Colen, S. Guthrie, M.
Farnsworth, J. Milham, J. Haas, J. Lagerquist, S. Fris-
inger, B. Currie, D. Salter, M. Parlas, J. Aprill. ROW 2:
Mr. Peden, N. Westphal, S, Winkler, P. Lovell, S
Kennedy, C. Thurston, S. Wares, B. Clements, M. Spring
ROW 'lz Mrs. Simon, M. Niehuss, S. Wilson, E. Collins,
S. Dingman, G. deKoning, C. Carver, R. Allen, J. Alten-
bernt, S. Welch, J. Copeland, J. Fox. ROW 2: A. Mast
M. Guenther, J. lmmer, J. Wing, R. Preketes, C. Annis,
ROW 3: R. Graham, K. Wild, B. Thelen, S. Stasheff,
P. Jagan, N. Rickard, K. Armbruster, B. Land. ROW 4:
R. Heilmonn, L. Kaufman, D. Mast, F. Johnson, R. Henry,
P. Gale, R. Waldo, A. Lomik, D. Zemke, W. Sutton.
S. Himler, C. Mueller, M. Kochendorfer, G. Hirth, G
Williams, D. Moore. ROW 3: K. Marchese, D. Audritsh
J. Walker, J. Bower, M. Meadows, L. Potter, C. Lucas
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The foresight and generosity of the citi-
zens of Ann Arbor have made possible a
city school system for Ann Arbor which
is in keeping with the remarkable de-
velopment on the University Campus.
Well Trained Teachers
Splendid School Buildings
Fine Student Body
THE ANN ARBOR BOARD OF EDUCATION
OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 7955
NEW ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL
SORENSEN-GROSS CGNSTRUCTION CO.
2505 LAPEER ROAD CEdar 4-5688
Ann Arbor as New High School
Stable. NO 8-9526 Home: NO 3-3509
FING E R LE
RIDING msrnucnons CWUS M lllw01'k
HAY RIDES Bullcllng Materials
617 South Flftll Avenue
JIMMY AI-DER N0rmundy 3 4169
3250 East Huron River Dnve
Horses Rented, Boardecl, Bought
Congratulations, Class of 55
Look ng back on a job well done Ioolu 9 forwa cl to
ne acll eve ent members of the Class of 1955 stand
on futures b nk May you wn even greater laurels n
your chosen held of endeavor
We are greatly hono ed to have been selected for all the
for your New Ann A bo H gh School The courtesy and
splend d cooperat on exte ded to ou o gan zatlon has been
mmensely enloyed by all
BEN AGREE COMPA
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CHESTER ROBERTS GIFTS
Aprrll Insurance Agency
R C RAY JOHNSTON
Insurance of Every Kmcl
331 East H ron Street
A n A bo Michigan
COMPLI E T
Owned and Operated Since T949 by
A -C nd t oned
S U G A R B 0 W I
IN ST MEA S IN TOWN
Home Made Candles
and Ice Cream
DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR
I o dy 2-1414
CHICKEN IN THE sAsKEr
GOOD LUCK '
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T09-T IT South Main Street
Phone N rman
Ready to-Wear Sportswear
307 S State NOrmandy 2-6198
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Commercial and Portrait
511 Soule Blvd. NO 8-8553
Cahow s Rexall Drug Co
213 South Mann Street
You CAN DEPEND ON ANY PRODUCT
CLOVERLEAF DAIRY COMPANY
Home of Soft Curd Mrlk
1015 Broadway Ann Arbor Mich
B E NIUEHLIG
ROBERT S SINCLAIR
Where You Always Recelve
oo AST HURON ST. NOrmondy 8-9365
South Mo' Street at Woslfnglon Sheet
For Complete Laundry Servlce
Co Lube ty St and Ffth Ave. N0 2 3123
Genume Italian PIZZA PIE
THE LITTLE BROWN JUG
1204 SCUTH UNIVERSITY NO 8-9819
THAT BEARS THE NAME REXALL!
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Complete Formal Rental Service
TICE ancl WREN
IIO7 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
Bowl for Health
ANN ARBOR RECREATION
NOrmandy 2-OIO3 605 East Huron
Bay s Arcade Jewelry Shop
I6 Nickels Arcade
NOrmandy 8 9727
Overbeck Book Store
THE MEDICAL BOOK CENTER
1216 South University
Medical, Dental and Law Books
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 1955
Purchase Camera Shop Cralidell Dfllg 5f0l'9
1116 5011111 University Drugs, Prescriptions, Fountain Service
Telephone: Normandy 8,6972 1102 sRoADwAY Normandy 3-4909
"PURCHASE FROM PURCHASE"
ROWLEYS SHOE BOX
- COMFORT Thrasher 8: Company
"Everything for the Office"
W7 Sales, Service, and Rentals of
114 East Washington NOrmandy 2-6503
to remember . . .
Edison will help you . .
0 Plan your kitchen
0 Select your lamps
0 Do the laundry easier
One of these days, perhaps very soon, you'll be starting
0 Plan a menu
o Plan a one-dish meal
o Preserve foods easier
0 Plan party refreshments
a home of your own. When that time comes, look to S
the trained young women in the Home Service Divi-
sion at Detroit Edison. They can help you solve many A
of the homemaking problems that frequently puzzle e i
a new bride. X49-
Without charge, they will answer your questions over K""' F-3 . I
the telephone . . . send booklets and folders . . . or in
some cases make a personal visit. Y X
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ANN ARBOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Moy these pictured memories of your
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ore to come.
NATIONAL DHDTD SEIQVICE
342 BROADWAY LORAIN, OHIO
"Our Prompf, Courfeous, and Speedy Service Will Please You"
-C. J. Resch, Mgr.
0 BOOKS COLOR PRINTING 0
0 CATALOGUES JOB PRINTING 0
0 PUBLICATIONS SOCIAL PRINTING 0
o YEARBOOKS ADVERTISING PRINTING 0
THE CRAFT PRESS
. M ynard St eet 1 NO
For Friendly Insurance Senna-Coll
Hurry Lee French
I N S U R A N C E
2204 Packard load Ann Arbor
' 217 SOUTH MAIN 9 NICKELS ARCADE
338 S. State St. Phone 3,4636
MUEHLIG 81 LANPHEAR
Hardware and Sheet Metal Work
NOrmandy 2-3277 3II S. Main St
Mens and Boys Wear
Telephone: NOrmandy 2-0228
DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR
PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL
O Connor Super Servlce
GOODYEAR TIRES BATTERY SERVICE
PHONE NO 8 9389 PACKARD at STADIUM
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS !
Pamt and Wallpaper
206 West Washington Street
Featunng Glidden s SPRED SATIN
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Washing and Lubrication
'I225 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
SOONER OR LATER YOUR
FAVORITE DRUG STORE!
WOMEN S APPAREL
BLOUSES . . . SKIRTS . . . BELTS
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. Quality Wear for Men Since T895
owen and Telephone: NOrmc1ndy 3-4914
PHONE: Normandy 8-5049 209 South Main Street Ann Arbor
334 Scum Suite St. Ann Arbor, Mich- CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF I955
Wilkinson Luggage Shop
Sinclair Refining Co "'99a9e'H"""""9s'G"'s
327 So h M ' S
'I635 South State Street ut am tree'
Normand 2 4509 Phone: NOrmc1ndy 3-4013
y DOWNTOWN ANN ARBOR
Michigan Pharmacy CHICKEN IN THE BASKET
D,,,g,-p,e,,,5p,5,,,, CONGRATULATIONS .
727 North University Avenue !
Iformerly Alexander Drugl
M E T Z G E R 9 S
Remember to yell tonight
Yeul Ann Arbor
Left righi Ieff
leading the. snake
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
MUSICAL SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
New, Used and Rebuilt Instruments
MWHERE MUSICIANS MEET'
West Washington Street Phone: Norm dv 2 1834
207 East Washlngton 205 North Maln
SMI1H'S FLOQR COVERING
217 S h St t
IN ANN ARBOR SINCE 1888
120-1245 ThM ' Sf T
213- 1 ST T
M A R O ll A R D T ' S
Sales, Parts, Service, Sharpening
Adjusting, Tuning, Small Engine Repairs
2315 West Stadium NO 8-8616
in men's fine apparel
STATE STREET AT LIBERTY
FOX TENT AND AWNING
624 South Main Street
NOrmandy 2-4407 Ann Arbor
Rohde Building Supplies
"Since I 855"
Brick and Mason Supplles
202 East Mad'son Street
NOrmandy 2 5543 Ann Arg,
HURON LANES BOWLING
SIXTEEN MODERN ALLEYS
Open Bowling Tuesday Thursday
Saturday and Sunday
ALL DAY AND NIGHT
Fo Reservations call NOrmondy 3-25l0
IIOBBS AND SCHMIDT REALTORS
Packard St NO 3-4132
BETSY ROSS SHOP
BREAKFAST LUNCHES FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Solve Your Home Pauntmg Problems
Thus Year at
ANDERSON PAINT CO y
300 East Wash'ngton N0 2-'350
1315 Nnckels Arcade
"Where students met to chat and eat"
Nielsen's Flower Shop
1021 MAIDEN LANE NOrmundy 23269
ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN
Men's Clothing is our Business!
Come to WILDS first in
SPORTS WEAR i LEISURE WEAR
New Styles First at Wildt'
W I L D S
State Street on the Campus
Bob Seeger and Dan Gray
Telephone: NOrmandy 3-5828
Broadway Ann Arbgr
For those who care
WE CALL AND DELIVER
204 East Washington Street
WE FEATURE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
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Abbey, Stuart . .
Abbott, George ,,
A Cappella ., ,,
Ackmoody, Harold ,
Agar, Bob , ,
Air Age Club
Alair, Meredith ,
Aldridge, Karen .
Alexander, Dale M.
Alexander, Dale W.
Allen, Joyce , ..,.
All-school Talent Show
American Youth Hostelers
Anderson Paint Co.
Anderson, Ralph ,
Ann Arbor Bank
Ann Arbor Board of
Ann Arbor Federal Savings
and Loan Association
Ann Arbor Recreation
Ann Arbor Trust Co.
Annis, Carol .
Aprill Insurance Agency
Armbruster, Betty .
Armbruster, Dorothy .
Art Club .
Athanson, Mary Ellen
Bacon, Sally Jo
Barlow, Tom .
Barnett, Betty ,
Barnett, J. C. .
Baromeo, Nancy .
Barr, Nancy .. ..
Barsantee, Marilyn .
Barth, Dick ..
Basketball. . .
Bateman, Ross .,,.
Bauer, Maxine .
Boynton, Ronald ..
Bay's Arcade Jewelry
Beach, David . .
Bell, Carolyn .
Ben Agree Company
Beniamin, John H.
Bennett, Alice M.
Bennett, Mary Jane
Beslock, Edna lMrs,1
Betsy Ross Shop
Bigby, Ann ,
Bower, Judy M.
Boyd, Thompson G. .
Boys' Intramural Sports
. ., 157
. ,. 147
Brandt, Carl 147
Brandt, Susan , 157
Braun, Lloyd .. 157
Breitsprecher, Shirley 157
Breningstall, Paul 157
Breif, Doug 115
Brieholtz, David 157
Britton, Robert l. 157
Broadway Market 179
Brooks, Carol 115
Brooks, Ronald 147
Brown, Cynthia 115
Brown, Don 115
Brown, Jean , ,,.. . 147
Brown, Kathleen ,. 157
Brown, Mike H. .. 147
Brown, Robert . ,... . 116
Brown, Suzanne L. .. 157
Buchschacher, Gary 157
Buell, Mahlon .. 103
Burd, William . 147
Burk, Judy ., . 147
Burke, Gordon 147
Burnham, Joyce 157
Burns, Donal D. ,. 157
Burpee, Joanne 147
Burton, Ruth 157
Busch, Hannelore .. , 147
Bush, Belle 157
Buss, Kraen , . .. .. ,, 147
Butler, Suzanne .. 116
W. S. Butterfield Theaters 187
Butzin, Diane , ,. , 116
Byers, Allen D. 157
Caesar, Benny 147
Cahill, Janice , 147
Cahow, Sue . 116
Cahow's Rexoll Drug Company 170
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store 182
Callahan, Cheryl . . 157
Calvert, Bernadene . , . 112, 116
Camelet, William . 147
Camera .. . 44
Campbell, Keith 116
Cantando . . . . . 29
Carman's Shoe Salon 184
Carney, Virginia . . 157
Carnival . ,. B2
Carow, Ellen 116
Carras, Sophie . 116
Carrington, Archie .. .147
Carroll, Nancy 147
Carstens, Nancy , ,
Carstensen, Elvira ..
Cartter, James . . .
Carver, Anne ., . ,
Carver, Charles ..
Carver, Richard H.
Carver, Robert .
Caster, Mary Sue .,
Castor, Connie . ,
Cate, Virginia ,
Cattanach, Pat ..
Cavanaugh, Bill . .
Chaflee, Mary Lou
Chandler, Tom ,
Chapman, James ..
Charron, lynn ,
Cheatham, Don ..
Cheever, Gary ....
Chef's Club . .
Chester Roberts .
Chisolm, Mary ..
Christensen, V. H. . .
Christie, James R.
Christmann, Paul . ,
Clapp, Samuel ......
.. . .,.. ..,,.. 1 16
Clark, Dick ....117
Clark, Beverly .... , ,.,. 117
Clark, Ed . ,. ...117
Clark, Jean ......147
Clark, Ronald .. ,. , ,....157
Clements, Barbara . .. ....147
Clemes, Lance . , ..... 147
Clifford, Paul ., ,. ,,.,.,, .. ......103
Cloverleaf Dairy Company ..170
Clute, Jack . . .. .,..... .. 147
Coburn, Lewis A. . 157
Coleman, Leonard . .. .117
Collica, Kenneth . .. 157
Collie, Marion .. 147
Collin, Garnet B. ,147
Collins, Elaine A. .. 157
Collins, lralynll , ., 26
Collins, Robert 157
Conke, Ron 147
Conklin, Norma . .117
Connor, Ethel ..,, . 117
Conservation . 45
Coach, Pat ., 147
Cook, Judith .,.,,., 157
Cook, Ronnie .. ..117
Cook, Vernor 103
Cooper, H. Jean ,,,. , ..157
Cooper, William , ,... , 147
Co-operative Training 48
Cope, Barbara , , 118
Copeland, James M. , 157
Copley, Ann , . 118
Corbin, Moriorie . , 147
Corkins, Earl , . 148
Cornish, David . 148
Correll, Robert . ., ,. ., .148
Coulter, Peter . 157
Courte, John 49
Cousins , , 170
Covol, Michael . . . . 36
Crabtree, David , 157
The Craft Press . 174
Craig, Gerald ,, . 148
Craig, Nancy .. ,. ,.
Crandall Drug Store ,....,,
Crary, Martha .. .
Crary, Tom H. ,
Crawford, Frank ,.
Crawford, Jae , .
Crego, Joyce ..... ,
Crews, Shirley . ,
Cross, Bill .,., .
Cross Country ....
ey, Carol .
Alicia . . .
Cummings, Laura Mae
Currie, Bill ...,.,, ..,........
Christine ...., ..
Curry, Willie .
Curtis, Jim ,,,...
Cushing, James .....
erg, A. J.
Dahlstrom, Gorie ......
Dailey, Carol J.
Daley, Sharron ,.....
Dalcin, Dick ..,......
Damroze, llse .,,,........
rth, Malcolm .....
Danielson, Phyllis .,..
g, Jim .........,.
n, Bill . ...,.,
Clarence W. .,.. .
.. ..... 157
. .,.,. 148
Dawson, John , ,,
Dawson, Ronald ,...
Day, sau ,,......,.,
Day, Sharon ..
Debate . ...... ,..... ..
Dedication ...... ., .... .
Dedication of New AAHS
DeGraff, Tom ..
Denkinger, Gary .
Desert Song, The .
Detroit Edison Company
DeWolf, Joyce ,
Dick, Rod ,.
Dickason, Edith .
Daman, Ron ,
Douglas, Robert C.
Dow, Pamela . ,
Draper, Doris ,
Dutil, Pat .
Earl, Sandra L. .
Eastman, Curtis H.
Eberbach, Lindo ,
Ehnis, Sandra ,
Ellicott, Mary Ellen ,
Ellicott, Richard . .
Ellis, Bonnie . .
Ellis, Richard , .
Elsifor, Rita ...,,...
English, Janice .. .
Erridge, Marilyn ,,..
Etzel, William ,......
Everhordus, John ....
Faircloth, Jimmy .....
Farmiloe, Thomas ........
Farnsworth, Martha ......,
Farrer, Craig .,..........
Faust, Edward .,,..
Faust, Robert L.
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Featherly, Annette .. . .. 148
Feese, Andrea .- 158
Ferguson, Anne . . . 145
Ferguson, Arlene . 120
Ferris, Ira .. . .. 145
Fiegle, Sarah . 145
piegelsu , ......174
Field, Clarice V. 155
Fike, Sharon , . .. . 148
Fillinger, Richard . 145
Fingerle, .lane , 146, 145
Fingerle Lumber Company , 163
Fink, Nancy .. . , .. , H148
Fischer Pharmacy 155
Fisher, Dale . 158
Fisher, Marilyn 120
Fisher, Oran ..... . 120
Fisher, Prillo .. 148
Fister, Lillian 158
Fitzgerald, Joyce 148
Fleming, Lynn , , 158
Fletcher, Richard . 158
rum, Aryce no
Flint, Roberto 148
Flis, Marcia 158
Flower, Dean 148
Flower, Tim 121
Flowers, .lack . . 121
Flynn, Shiela H .145
Folletts' . 157
Fonde, Hank , . 104
Football .. ..., 17-21
Fordyce, Nancy . .. .. .. .158
Forrest, Tom -- 143
Forn, James --
Forsythe, Pete ,.
.. .... ,..7, 91,
. ,,.......,..., 158
Foster, Fred . .121
Foster, John G. ,. .. 158
Fournier, Edith . -
Fowler, David . ----' 163
Fox, Jim E. , - 155
Fox, LeRoy , .
Fox, Peter . ,..,,..,..........,.............,....... 148
Fox, Sandy ,. .. ...,, , 121
Fox Tent and Awning Company 178
Fralick, Marion . .. ..,...... . 158
Francis, Thomas , ,158
Francis, Thomas J. . 145
Fraser, D. Webber .. .. 145
Fraser, Pat . ..., . .. .. .,,. ., .. 121
French ,. . ., .76
French, Harry Lee Insurance . 174
Frey, Barbara .. ,,,....... ......,.. . .. 158
Frey, Jim , , . .. . . H145
Frey, Willard . . . 104
Frisinger, Sue ...... . 121
Frisk, Leonard -.121
Fry, Janet . 155
Fuqua, Carol ,. . . 155
Fullerton, Ray .,., 121
Fullerton, Ron ...,, .....- - 155
Future Nurses . W 75
Future Teachers .,..,.... . , 83
Gage Linen Shop, The .. 179
Gaiser, Robert . . ,,.., , ,. 121
Gale, Peter . ..,,. . 145
Gallagher, Ed ....,... .. .121
. . . 104
Gallup, Albert ....
Gardner, Doris ..., ,
Gardner, Mary . ..
Garner, Barbara ......
Garner, Betty Sue .,
Gary, Donald ....,... ..
Gosber, Charlotte ..
Gosilo, Myrtle ,
Gates, David ......,
Gatzka, Dale ....
Gauss, Leon ...... ......
Gauthier, Barbara .,...
. ..... 148
Gee, Charles .
Geiger, Dale L.
General Electric Shop
Gibson, Don W. .
Gibson, Ron , .
Girls' Athletic Club
Godfrey, Mary J.
Gorte, Sally ,,
Graham, Raymond ,
Graham, Tom .,
Gransden, Larry ,,
Granville, Robert ,
Gray, Doug. .
Green, Tom ,,
Greer, Kenneth .
Griffith, Richard .. ..
Grimston, Gary . .,
Grindstotf, Mary A.
Grab, Gerry , . ,
Gross, Ray . .
Gustine, Barbara J.
Gustine, Noreen ,
Guthrie, Eleanor .
Guthrie, Sue ,. .
Haarer 81 Goetz
Haas, Jackie ,,
Hack, Delores .
Haeussler, John .
Hagen, Deanna .
Hager, David ..
Haisch, Joanne ,
, ,. 122
. .,.. 123
. H 158
Hall, Lawrence .
Hamm, Joan .,
Hanks, Denny ,
Hanrath, Daniel .,
Hansen, Jo Ann
, J .
Harmonica 81 Uke
Harney, Elise ,
Harrison, Kay ..
Hartweg, Jerry P. ,
Hawks, Lois ,
Haywood, Forrest , ....,.
Hedlesdy, Nancy ,
Heldreth, Joan M. .. .,
Henkel, Karl . ,,
Henrath, Chuck .....
Henry, Alfred .
Henry, Roy ., ..
Herling, Harvey ..., .
Herndon, Carole .
Herren, David ,
Hesson, Mary , .,
Hibbord, James .,,,..
Hicks, Julia ,.
Hicks, Mary Ann ..
Hieftie, Sally ,.., ...,.
Higgins, D. Charlene
Hiller, Tom , . ,
Hiniker, Paul , ,
Hirshman, Edward ,.
Hirth Bras. Dairy
Hirth, Glen ., ..
Hirth, Lee ,. ,
Hiser, Conrad ,. .,
Hi-Y . , .,
Hoag, Eleanor . . , .
Hoag, Durwood ,
Hobbs G Schmidt, Realtors .. ., ,,
Hobbs, Zelma ,. ,
Hodges, Susan I.
Hodson, Jeannine , .
Hoener, Lorna . , ,
Hogan, Florence .
Holcomb, Eleanor ..,..
Holcomb, Jerry ,
Holloway, Bob ..
Hallenbeck, David . .,,..,. H125
Hollis, Patricia ,.,..,,. ....,.., 1 49
Hollister, Cecil .,... ....,,... 1 26
Hollister, Hazen . .... H149
Hallway, Louis .. ..,.....104
Holtz, Douglas .. ,,....... 159
Hood, Jimmy ....,. ..,....., 1 26
Hooker, Cecil .,,, 126
Hooker, Robert ,. .,.. ..., . 159
Hopkins, Dennis ,,.,,. ...159
Hopkins, Sidney . .,.. , ,.... 149
Hopp, Ronald .. 126
Horning, Lenora . 159
Hoseney, Harlan 149
Hotzel, Joan . ., ., 159
Hough, Larry ,. . ,, 159
Houghtulin, Robert ,, 159
Howard, Lois ,.... .. , 149
Howe, Kent ,......,... .......,. 1 26
Howell, Joe .,... , 149
Hudkins, Jack .,,., ., . ., 126
Hudson, William .. 36
Huger, Robert 149
Hughes, Scott , .,.... .. 149
Hulburd, Don ,,.., ...126
Hull, Peggy .. . .. .,,...,.. 126
Hulslander, Nancy , ..,. . ,. 149
Hume's Paint and Wallpaper 174
Hunget, Betty . , ,. . ,, 126
Hunget, Jerry ....., 159
Hunt, Jane Ann ,. 159
Hunter, I. C. .. ,,..,.. 159
Hurley, Robert ,. ........ 104
Huron Lanes Bowling .. . , ., 17B
Huron River Stables ..., .. 168
Huschke, Marlene .,,... 159
Hutchison, Richard ,. ,.,.. , 149
HutzeI's , , , ,..,... 187
Hyma, Beata , .. .. 126
Icermon, Susan , , 159
lmmel, Douglas ,. . 159
lmmel, Judith A. , ., 159
lnbody, Orrin , , ..,., 149
Index .. ..., . . .. ., . . 190-192
Intramural Managers .. . 49
Jackson, A. William 127
Jackson, Blanell , .. 126
Jackson, Richard ,. 126
Jagow, Margaret . . .....,.. 149
Jahnke, Jean , . 149
Jahnke, leon ., , 149
Jahnke, Susan ..,, ...,.,.. 1 27
James, Ernestine ,. .. 159
James, Kirsten 159
Jaques, Jacquie .. , ,,... 127
Jayne, Lana .... .. 127
Jedele, David ,,... .. 149
Jenkins, David ., , ......,. 127
Jenkins, Mary ,..,,. 149
Jirles, Elizabeth .. , , 159
Johnson, Charles ,. ....,. 127
Johnson, Fred . ,... .. ,, ., 149
Johnson, Irwanta ., ,,.,. . 149
Johnson, Jim ,. . ,. 149
Johnson, Robert A. ..,..., 159
Johnson, Wayne ..,,. . 127
Johnston, Grace ...... . 127
Jones, Addie .. , .. 159
Jones, Alan ., , ..,.. .,127
Jones, Audrey , , 105
Jones, Delores .,,. ,,...., 1 50
Jones, Mariorie .. , ...,, 150
Jones, Percy , ,.,, , ,... 159
Jones, Richard .. ., 127
Jones. Robert L. ..... 159
Jones, Todd . . ..,,.,,, 127
Jones, Tom . . ,. , 159
Joseph, Connie .,.. , ..., 97-127
Judson, Jim . . 150
Judson, Sandra . 150
Junior Class . ,,.. 146-154
Kabat, Judy ,. ,,,, 123
Kackley, Nancy ,.....
Kamp, Charles ,...
Kopp, Beverly ,,,,,
KaPP, Dorothy ....
KaPP, Eddie .. ,.
Kapp, Virginia .,
Karnes, Larry ...,,
Karr, Bruce .......
Karr, Fred .
Karsion, Karl ,.
Kaufman, Jon , ..
Kauper, Carolyn .
Kozmierzok, Nancy .
Kearns, Jim . ,
Keely, Bill .....,.,,
Keene, lsidra ..
Keene, Kay ,
Keihl, Marlene ..
Keller, Karen ,
Kelly, H. O. and Son
Kelly, Patricia ,,
Kempe, Carol Ann
Kempf, George .
Kenne, John .
Kern, Diane ,
Kessel's. . ,
Ketelhut, John , .
Kiddle, Mary Ellen
Kiddle, Sue , .
Killins Gravel Company
King, Pennie .
Kinsey, Mary Jo
Kitchen, Gwen .
Kittrell, John ,
Kline, Frook , , ,.
Klum, Edward .,..., ,
Knapp, Doyle .
Knapp, Gretchen ,.
Knieper, John ...,..,.,. , ,
Knight, Robert ...,...,,.,
Knoedler, Leonard ,..,
Kobus, Jim .,..,.. .,
Koch, Paul ., ,,.,.,..,,.,. , ,.,..,. .. ,,
Koch, Kenneth ,.., . .,..,.
Kochendorfer, Mary Ellen ,,., .,...
Koefoed, Helen .,.,,.........
Kolander, G. Kay
Kornexl, Frank .,.,,..,
Kornexl, Mary .....,
Korzuck, Karen .,..,..
Korzuck, Shorelyn , ,.
Kress, Tom . ,,,,....., .
Kreul, Patti ....,....,.......
Krueger, Judith .....,....,..... .,.....
Krueger, Evelyn Beth
Kruse, Bart ....,.....,......... . ,,.. ..
Kubly, Bruce E.
Kuenzel, James ...,...
Kuhn, Barbara ......
Kuhn, Harold .,.....,.,
Kulenkamp, Nancy .....
Kurath, Edward ,.....
Kurtis, Jim .,.,...,,...
Kurtz, Gerald ...,..
LoCoe, Susan .....
Ladish, John .....
Laidlaw, Lyle ..,...
LaMoy, Charles .,.. ,
Land, Barbara ,. . ,
Land, Cecil , ., .
Lane, Ted ,. ..
Lapointe, Fred ..
Lormee, Loretto ,.
Larmee, Stan ,
LaTendresse, Nancy ,
Lederer, Judy ,,
Leland, Eleanor ,
Mahey, Roger .,...
Mainworing, Bill ,,.,.
Mole Chorus ,..., ....
Malain, Robert ...,.,
Mangan, Kay ..
Mapes, Diane .
March, David ,, .
Marilyn Shoppe, The
Marker, Lynn , .,.,, ,.... ....,. .
Marquis, Kent . ..
Marshall, Janice v
Marshall, Pat .
Lenebert, Carol .
Lewis, Frances L.
Lewis, Mary Ellen
Lichty, Elizabeth A.
Alex . ,
Brown Jug, The
Loehr, Thomas ,
Louise Flowers and Gifts
Lousmo, Judy ,
Lucas, Carolyn .
Lutz, Mary Ann
Lynch, Esther .,
Lyndon, Tom J. , ,.
McAdam, Glenda .
McCleery, Gail .. ,
McClellan, Phyllis , ,
McClister, Ann .....
McDonald, lsaac .
McDougall, Joanne . ,. .
McEndree, Judy . .
McFall, Clarence . .
McGregor, Bonnie .,..,
McKenny, Sara ........,...
McKenzie, Jack ....
Mclaughlin, Margaret ...,
Mclouth, Olive ......,.........
McMullen, Danna . ,..., ,
McNaughton, James .....,
McNeil, Bob ,.,......,..,
MacCarthy, Till ....,......
Macomber, Barbara ......
Maeder, Lottie ....,.......
Magtll, Tom ......, .,..
Magoon, Pam ...,
Mahan, Wayne .,.,
Mahey, David .,..,.
Martin, Gwen , ,,
Martin, Jean ,
Martin, Wayne ,
Maser, Ellen .
Mason, Wendell .
The Moyer-Schairer Company
Meadows, Mary E.
Moyers, Jean M.
Maynard, Clyde .
Meek, Barbara ,
Merrill, John ,
Miano, Joseph .
Michigan Bell Teleph
Michigan Pharmacy ,
Milham, Janet ,,
Miller, Berta ,
Miller, David ..
Miller, Joann .
Miller, Max ,,
Misner, Eleanor E. .
Misner, Stella .
Mitchell, Sharon .
Mack Elections . ,
Modern Record Club
Moehrle, Otto .
Monk, Ralph ,
Monsour, Sally .
Moon, T. Leon , .
Moore, David ....
Moore, Jim ....
Moore, Louis ..,.,.,,..
Moore, Robert ...,...,
Moron, Moriorie ..
Moron, Pat ,...
Morgan, Som ..,.,...
Morley, Dennis H, ,
Morton, Clarence .,...
Morton, Martha ..,.
Morton, Richard ..,.,.,
.. ...., 2B
. ,. 132
one Co. ,,
. . 160
,. . 133
. ...., 151
.. .... 160
.. .,., 133
Morton, Robert ,,..,...
Mount Vernon Shop, The ., .....,.,. 1B5
B. E. Muehlig, Dry Goods .....,..,.. 170
Muehlig and Lonphear ...,...
Mueller, Carol . ................ .
Mueller, Frank ,, ,...
Mullison, James .....
Rogers, Lynn ,. . .....
Romine, Donald . .
Olsaver, Gary ..
Mullison, Shirley . ,
Mummery, Jerry ,,
"Murder In Rehearsal' .. . ..,.. .. 38
Murphy, Charles .
Murphy, Cora . ,
Myers, Alison ..
Myers, Gene .
Myers, Stanley , .
Nagler, Barbara ..... ..
Nagler, Monte ..., ,
Napier, Mana , ,,
, ,. ...,.. 151
National Photo Service ,. ,, , 173
Neff, Tom .
Neilly, Robert .. . ,,
Nelson, Kenneth ..
Nelson, Ritcha Joanne
News of the Year ,
Nicholson, Maxine .
Nicholson, Roy ,. . ,,
Niehuss, Margaret . .. ..
Nielsen, Paul . .
Nielsen's Flower Shop
and Greenhouses . ,
Nimke, Don ., ,,
., . ,. 134
. . .,.,, .134
Nommenson, Margaret ..,.. . ., 160
Non-Athletic Board .
,. ,. 39
.. ,. 134
North, Cecil 105
Northrup, Dave .. . ,. 160
Northrup, Jerry ..., 151
Norton, Gerald . 160
Nottle, James . ,, ,. . . 161
Nowak, Walter . , ., . 134
Noyes, Dorothy . . , . . ,106
O'Connor Super Service ,, .174
O'Donnell, Marilyn , ., .. 151
Officer, Cynthia . 161
O'Hara, Charles . 67, 134
Beth ,..,, ...., .
"One Foot ln Heaven"
Catherine , .,
Optimist . .,.. .
Orville, Neal .
, Don , .....
, Charles . . ,.
Overbeck Book Store ,
Neil ,.,,...,. ..,. ,
Palmer, Adrian ..,,....
Palmer, Julie ..
Palmer, Steve .....,,.
,... , 161
Pardon, Fred ,,....... ,, .,... ..., , , . ...161
Parent-Teacher Association , . 52
Parish, Dale .....,,.,. .. .. ,, .161
Parlas, Marina . , . .. 151
Parrot, The . ,...,., 174
Partin, Clarence , .. 135
Paton, Dorothy ....
Patterson, Doris ...... ,.
Patterson, William , .
Paul's Musical Repair . .
Payne, Clara Jo .. ....,..
Peake, Claudia ..,.
Pearl, John ,.,,..
Peck, Cherie . ...,.
Peckham, Stephen .,,....
Peden, James ,,...,,.
Pedigo, Barbara .,,,
Peer, Jerry ,..,..,..
,, ,. 151
., ...,. 135
Peer, Robert ,,
Pennington, David ,...
Perakis, Penny ,.,.
Perigo, Donald ..
Perry, Bob ,
Perry, Tommy ,
Peters, Grant , .
Peterson, Ann ,.., .,,,..
Peterson, Mildred ..
Peyton, Terry F.
Pfabe, Herbert .
Phelps, Richard . ..
Phibbs, Jane .....
Philp, Glen . ,
Pickard, Judith .. . ,.
Piehutkoski, Elizabeth ..
Piehutkoski, LeRoy ,
Pierce, Sue . .,
Place, Bernard . ,
Plumpton, Peggy Ann .
Pollock, Ronald . . ,
Pott, Susan K.
Potter, Linda ..
Powell, Mary .
Powell, Patricia ..
Powers, Janet ,.
Pratt, Buddie ,
Pratt, George ., .
Preketes, Renee ..,, ,. ,
Presswood, Michael , .
Preston, Robert ,. .
. .,.,.., 151
.. ,. 136
.. . 151
Prindle, Gail .. ., 97, 136
Pringle, Sue . ,
Profter, James ., ,.
Proiectionists' Club . ,.
Proud, Sally Lu .........
Pryor, Caryl . , ..
., .. .151
. .,. .161
Psaros, Sophia ..,...,....... ........ . 161
Purchase Camera Shop 171
Purdy, Mary Jeanne . 136
Quinsey, Richard ,. ,,,,...., , ..... 161
Quigg, Jerry , ,., ,,..,.. ,,., , . 163
Rabideau-Harris Clothiers ..,. . .. . . 185
Radde, Jon . ,,..,.,..... , .. ,, , .161
Radio ..,.., ,. ,....,.. ...,,... , ,
Raeburn, William ,.
Ramey, Kelsey ..., . .
Romsey, JoAnn ........
Rathburn, Dorothy ,,.,
Rayer, Nick ., ,, .
Rayment, Patt ,.,,..
Rayment, Sandy ,.....,.,...
Rod Cross Committee
Redford, George . ..., .... .
Reed, Ben ,.
Reed, Frank .. .,
Reed, James .,,.,
Reed, Larry . ......
Reed, Lue Bertha ...,,.
Reed, Robert ,
Reindel, Pete ........, ..
Rentschler's Studio .....
Reynolds, Jean ........
Reynolds, Judy K. .
Rhodes, Dan .,..,.......
Rice, Eleanor .,.,.,..
Richards, Faye ,.....,.
Richards, Nancy ........,
Richardson, George ,.
Richardson, Harry .....
Richardson, Valerie ...,..
Richmond, Sandra J.
Rickard, Nancy ........,..
Riddle, William ......
.. . ,. 51
.. ,, ,136
. ...,.,. 43
. ..,,. 137
Rifle Club , .....,.... .
Riggs, Tom . ..,. . ,
Roberts, Joel .
Robert's Sinclair ..
Robinson, Jackie .....
Robinson, Shirley ......
Rocco, James ., .
Rockman, Dick ,.,., ,
Rod and Reel Club
Rogers, Kay .,,,.
Erlene . ,. . . ..
Roland, Daniel ,,,, ,
Jack .. ,
Root, Albert . , .
Root, Judy , . ..
Rosemergy, John ,
Ross, Maxine ,.
Roth, Fred .
Roth, Walter .,
Rothfuss, Richard .
Rowe, Vivian ..,. . .
Rowland, Judith . ..
Rowley's Shoe Box
Rowry, Herbert . ., .
Rowry, Pearlene .
mer ..,.., . .
Rutledge, Margaret Ann
Rutledge, Philip ,... ,
Rutledge, Raymond ,
Rutledge, Roberta ,, ..
Sacquety, Charles ......
Salisbury, Robert ..
Samuel, Douglas ,
Samuel, Gwendolyn ..
Santure, Allen . ,,
Santure Donna .
Sarah, David ,
Sasaki, Edwin .
Sottertield, Don ...,.,.
Sattler, Robert E. ..
Sawyer, Patricia .
Schaff, Louise .,.,
Schairer, James , ,.
Schauer, Charles , ..
Schittenhelm, Brenda ..
Schlanderer, Janet , .
Schlanderer, William .,
Schlegel, Charlene . ,.... .
Schleicher, Christine ..,..
Schlupe, Martha . ,,.. .
Schmid, Mike .
Schmidt, Doris .
Schnabel, Gretchen ,,..
Schneeberger, Beth ....
Schneeberger, Bruce .,,.
Schneider, Fred .,.... ,.
Schneider, Jane . .... .
Schneider, Lester ..,,,
Schneider, Nuel ...,..,
Schoch, Harold .
School Staff ,
Schreiber, Allan .......
Schreiber, Nicholas ....
Schroen, Judith ...,...
Schular, Sue .........
Schultz, Donald .......
Schultz, Julie .,.,.,.
Schumacher, Sara ......
Schumann, Doug ,,....,
Schwartz, Frank .....,..,..
Schwemmin, Barbara ...,..
Schwemmin, Jack .....,.
Science Club ...........
Scott, Franklin .,....
Scott. Jim ,, ,...,. ,.
Scribblers' Club .v,,.,.
Seamons, Tim ,.,.
Seeger, Pat ,.,.
Seippel, Janice ,.,,.,
Selby, Mary .,.,
Sell, Charlotte ...,,,,..
Sell, Raymond L.
Senior Day .. ,.,..
Senior Class ,,
Senior Talent Show
Settles, Harold , ..,., ..
Sevebeck, Barbara ,.,.,
Shankland, Shirley ,
Sharp, Ardys , .. ,
Shavalia, Shirley .,.,,
Shaw, Julie , .,,... .
Shaw, William ,,,..,
Shear, Cory F.
Shear, Gary G.
Shepherd, Larry . ..
Shepherd, Orville ,,,, ,
Sheppard, Floyd .. .
Sherman, Lynn .
Shirley, lewis , .,,, .,
Sielalt, Diane . . .
Silverstone, Rudolph ..
Simon, Janis L. .
Sinclair Refining Company
Skomp, Donna .. .
Slater, Gail . ,
Slater, Richard ., ,
Slater's Bookstore , ,,
Small, Douglas ,,
Smith, Anthony .
Smith, Bruce .,
Smith, Beverly ..
Smith, Darleen ,.
Smith, James ,,,.,
Smith, Kathryn ..
Smith, MacNeil ....
Smith, Paul ..,,,..,.
Smith, Ray A. ..... .
Smith, Virginia .,.,.,..,.,...
Smith's Floor Covering .....
Somers, James ., ........ ..
Sonandres, William .........,.
Sophomore Class ....,.............
Sutherland, Mariorie .,..,,.....
Straight, Ruth ....,...,.,..
Spaulding, James ..,.,..
Spears, Robert ......
Spoelstra, Karen .....
Sprague, David ....
Spring, Mariorie ,,....,
Square Dance .,...,
Staeb, Clara .,...,,.
Staebler, David ,..,.
Staebler, Lynn . .,
Stasheti, Sonia ..
State Savings Bank
Staudenmaier, Jerry ,...,.
Steeb, Barbara ,....,..,
Steeb, Donna ..
Steeb, Judith .. ,.
Stehle, Sharon ,.,.,
Stein Cleaners ,.,.
Steiner, Chuck .,
Steinman, Glen . ..
Stentzel, George . ..
Stephen, Margaret A.
Stewart, Sally . ..
Stienon, Julian , ,
Stilson, Lucile ..
Stoll, Myrna .
Stowers, Joan ,
Strong, Sheila .
Student Council .
Stumm, Virginia . ..
Sugar Bowl, The
Switzer, Gail .
, ..., 141
, .. 162
. ., 141
.. .. 141
Table of Contents , .... 3
Table Tennis .. .,,.. .25
Tank, Frederich . . . 53
Taylor, Jim . ..,. .V 141
Taylor, Jeanette . .. .,.. ., 162
Taylor, Joan , .. ,. ..97, 141
Taylor, Mary Helen ...., , 162
Taylor, William ... , ..... . 107
Tennant, Richard , , ..,,., 141
Teppo, Christine A. . 162
Teppo, Marilyn ..,,.... , ....., 141
Terry, Jack , ...... ...,... 1 41
Terry, Michael ,. .. .. . 51
The "55" Story
Thelen, Barbara ..
Thomas, Sylvia ,
Thomas, Vonnell ,.,..,.
Thomas, William ,.., ,
Thompson, Jane ,... ,.,..
Thompson, Robert .....,.
Thomsen, Ina Mae .....
, Mariean ,....,
, William .....,
Thomson, Robert ........,,...,
Thrasher and Company
Thurston, Carol Ann
Tice and Wren ....,,...
Tietz, Janet , .. .. .
Tinsley, Charles ..., ..
Tobias, Nancy .,......
Tolkemitt, Sue ......
Toney, Kenneth ,... ....
Toogood, Emery .. ,.
Toon, Betty ...,...,....
Topp, Howard ,,..,,
Tower, Noreen ,
Track . ..,.,.. . ,. , .,,
Travis, Cynthia .,..,.,
Treaster, Evelyn ..... ,
Trisvan, Demetta ....,
Trisvan, Mildred ,....
Trometer, James .,,.,..
Trubey, Marguerite .,.,
Trudeau, Barbara ,...
Tme, Terry .,.,..,.....,,.
Tucay, Barbara ..,.,.
Tucker, Sandra ,....
Turner, Sandra ..
Tumer, Nubby ..,,...... .
Tuomy Hills Service .
Twining, Jean ,,.,,,.,.
Ulberg, Thomas ..,..,..,....
Underwood, Betsy J. .... .
University Drug . ,,..,...... .
University Music House ..
Ushiro, Ernie , .,., .,,, ,
Valentine, Duane .
Valentine, Jerry L. ,.., .
Valentine, Joyce . ,
Van Boven Shoes ,
Van Colen, Paul ..,,
VanderSchalie, Arnold ,,,.
Van Orman, lane , . ,
Varsity Laundry Company, Th
Vasher, Shirley , .,...,...,., ,.
Volker, Glen .. .... ,. ,. .
Vetter, Thomas .,..,.
Vincent, Harriet J.
Vitins, Aiia . ,
Vogel, David .,..
Vogel, Phyllis .
Voice and Ensemble ,
Waggoner, Karen . .
Wagner, Hans .. . ,
Wahr's Bookstore .,,,..
Waid, Shirley ...,.,..
Waldo, Donald .,.,,.
Waldo, Ron ,.,,
Walker, Artie ....
Walker, Rosabell ...,,
Wallace, Jack ,,.,..
Walsworth, Jane ,,,..
Walter, Larry ...,....
Walters, James ..,.,.....
Wandel, Elizabeth ,,..,.
Wangdahl, Jane ,,.,.
Wares, Saundra .,.,.
Warner, Ann .,,.....
Warner, Linda .....
Warner, Virginia .....
Warren, Robert .,...,,,,
Washington Club ......
Wasyliw, Barbara ......
Waterbury, Ada .,...
Waterbury, Duane ....,.
Waterbury, Wesley ...,.,.
Waterman, Mary H. ..... ,
Watson, Kenneth D. ..,,. .
Watson, Tone J. ...,,. ,
Watts, Gerald .....
Wealch, James ,....
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Pep, energy, and school spirit are three terms that aptly describe the
1954-55 varsity and iunior varsity cheerleaders. Despite bad weather during
football season they were always at the sidelines to cheer the team on to
victory. With Miss Audrey Jones as advisor and Bernadine Calvert as captain,
the girls managed to obtain transportation to many of the away games where
they led A.A.H.S. students' voices in organized cheerleading. The final basket-
ball game marked the end of the cheerleaders' season.
ROW I: J. Hammer, J. English, B. Calvert, G. Haisley.
ROW 2: S. Judson, M. Stuber, A. Janes, H. Koefoed,
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Schuer. ROW 2: M. E. Kiddle, M. Meadows,
A. Mast, A. Jones.
Weaver, Marilyn .....
Weber, Dan ........,.
Weed, Byron ,,,...
Weber, Dan ..,..,....,
Weed, Byron ...........
Weimer, Jeannette ....,.
Weiss, Marilyn ......,
Weitzel, Werner .....
Welch, Mary Lou .,..,
Welch, Susan K. ..., .
Wenk, Richard ,,.......
Wenrich, Bill ......,........ ........
Wessinger, Jim B.
Wessinger, John .....
Wessmger, Pete .............. .,......
Westman, Penny .....
Wheeler, Donna ......,
Whitaker, James ...,.
White, Erma ,,.. .,....
Whitfield, Nancy .......,. ...., .
Whitley, Sylvia ,...
Wight, Tommy .......
Wild, Kenneth ..,..
Wilde, Ron ....... ....
Wild's .,,.. .,...,,.,,...
Wilke, Donald .,..,.,. .,........
Wilkins, Patricia ..,,. ., ..,.r.,.... ..,.. , .
Wilkinson Luggage Shop ..,... ...,..
Williams, Clarence .....,.,.....
Williams, David ..,...
Williams, James ..,., .
Williams, Garland .. . ,.,.......
Williams, Richard . ....,...,...,.,..,, 95,
Williams, Robert . ,................
Williams, Robert Edward ................
Williams, Sally .........,.....
Williams, Yvonne .,....
Williamson, Karen ..,...,
Willits, Joyce ...., .,
June .,.... .
Wilson, Sandra ,..,,,
Wing, Joyce .,..,.. ,
Wininger, Sharon ....
Composition and Lithoprinting by
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Wire, Anna .,....,,, ......., I 44
Wiseman, Gary ....... ......., 1 44
Wolt, Susan ........,....... ........... 8
Wood, Connie ......,........... ........ 'I 53
Wooclburne, .lean S. ,.,... ,..,,... 'l 63
Woodrutt, John ..,,...... ........ 1 53
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Wrench, Rudolf ...... ....,...... I 63
Wrestling ,..,... . ,,.,,,,.... ,,..... 6 6-67
Wright, Kenneth E. ,... ,..,... 'l 63
Wrightman, Wayne ,, .... ...I63
Wyman, Jack .. ,.
Yahr, Barbara .,,... .... ,,,..... 'l 5 3
Yahr, James ...,..
Yambert, Paul ....,
Yax, Sharon .....,
Yek, Bill .......,....., .,...... 1 63
Zahn, lauren ....,,..... ,,....,. l 63
Zeeb, Ronald ............., ....,.., I 44
Zeigler, Woodward ......,, .,...,,, l 44
Zemke, Don .,,,.,.,....,,.. ,,.., 1 44
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Room for one more?
One more sfep like ihav und touchdown
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Keep an eye on him, Kenny
Cough? from behind
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Row 2: F. Kline, B. Davis, E. Klum
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Bancroft, B. Williams. ROW 2: G. Balas, J. Kenne, C. Hanrath, C
Kleinschmidt, A. Sonture, D. Allen, D. Burns, J. Bough, W. Roth
G, Buhschaker. ROW 3: G. Kenne, N. Schneider, W. Waterbury
J. Wilson, J. Beck, R. Smith, D. Hutchinson, C. Davis, J. Trometer,
C. Carver. ROW 4: R. Bateman, B. Harvey, K. Henkel, D. Downing,
B. Caesar, E. Argersinger, J. Fox, G. Williams, R. Clark, D. Holtz.
ROW 5: R. Jones, S. Lum, D. Williams, T. Lyndon, T. Cress, C.
Maynard, F. Shepard, R. Bellaire, E. Klum.
The Ann Arbor High Little Pioneers completed a successful
season, with a record of six wins and no losses. This extended the
winning streak to twenty-two games. Many of the Little Pioneers
are expected to till the positions in the varsity left open by gradu-
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Lansing Sexton 6
Willow Run 7
Led by Captain Stan Larmee, the Ann Arbor High football team enioyed
another fine season. Except for the game with Battle Creek, when rain and
mud helped to equalize the two teams, Ann Arbor was undefeated and
untied. At the close of the season, the team was rated second in the state,
and fullback Dick Williams was awarded a berth on the All-State team.
Deserving special praise and recognition for their ports in the success
of the team are Coach Hank Fonde and his assistants.
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44 Ann Arbor Lansing Eastern
13 Ann Arbor Ypsilanti
27 Ann Arbor Jackson
ROW l: J. Kneiper, B, Jackson C. Johnson, B. Riddle, B. Sutch, rich, K. Nelson, J. Williams, D. Bell, R. Graham. ROW 4: F. Kline,
C. O'Hara, D. Waldo, B. Robinson, J. Williams, ROW 2: B. Lupi, S. Davis, B. Correll, S. Heald, D. Downey, D. Vogel, D. Perigo
D. Gatzka, E. Rush, D. Williams, J. Baker, S. Larmee, T. Green, B. Lewis, S. Hughes, R. Waldo, W. Martin, P. Coulter. ROW 5: B
B. Perry, B. Thomas, G. Vogel, E. Meyer. ROW 3: H. Fonde, J. Hurley, J Wotlen, B. Smith, J. Christie, R. Morton, D. Alexander
Tibbetts, B. Schneeberger, G. Batsakes, F. Ellicott, L. Frisk, B. Wen- B. Schlanderer, B. Godfrey, E. Ushiro, B. Ellicott.
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Ann Arbor's Cross Country team did another fine iob this year
Led by Captain Bill Ackmoody, the team placed third in the 6-A League
they iust missed second by five points. Next season Coach Tim Ryan
will have many returning lettermen. Among these will be Bill Yek and
Mickey Smith, next year's co-captains.
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T. Ryan. ROW 2: S, Huges, M. Smith, B. lnbody, B. Kruse, B. Yek, Redford, M. Farsyfhe, P, Gale, C. Brant, P. Ruvledge, T. Frances.
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Curtain time, accompanied by the strains of a choral prelude,
marked the opening of the A Cappella Choir's production of the
Desert Song on the evenings of Nov. l9th and 20th.
In the midst of the desert sands of Morocco, the Red Shadow,
portrayed by Frank Mueller, looms forth with his outlaw band of
Riffs to champion the cause of the oppressed and woo the hand
of the fair Margot, played by Nancy Hulslonder. Hindered by the
pompous General Birabeau, played by Dan Rhodes, and the hand-
some Captain Fontain, portrayed by Stuart Abbey, third in the love
triangle, the Red Shadow finds it difficult to conceal his identity as
Pierre, the son of General Birabeau.
Harriet Hough as scatterbrain Susan and Bill Patterson as
Benny the newspaper correspondent added many delightful aspects
to the story. Completing the main cast were Azure, the mysterious
and luring native dancer, portrayed by Nancy Carroll, and Ali Ben
Ali, played by James Anderson.
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The members of Table
Tennis club played and
worked on improving
their game. At the end
of the semester they had
a tournament io deter-
mine who was the cham-
ROW l: T. Vener, D. Hagen, B. Schnee
berger, T. MacCarvhy, A. Belser. ROW 2
C. Joseph, N. Gusline, A. Bigby, K. Sweat,
N. Hulslander, J. Fingerla, W. Stillman
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Wilde, R. Waldo, J. Shepard. ROW 4
R. Rockman, D. Brown.
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ROW 1: C. Chase, N. Whitfield, M.
Huschke, N. Bethke, R. Nelson, B. Baird.
ROW 2: D. Mapes, N. Harris, A. Jones,
K. Kolander, M. Stephen, J. Thompson,
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ROW I: N. Link, K. Waggoner, M. Flint,
M. Savery, M. Szalay, P. Bergman. ROW
2: J. Burpee, J. Warner, B. Steeb, J.
C. Roth. ROW 3: S. Yax, l. Anderson,
L. Bater, N. Tobias, R. Burton, S. Kor-
zuck, l. Collins.
Earl, J. Pierce, C. Gilbee, D. Gilbertson.
ROW 3: E. James, D. Harris, G. Martin.
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During club meetings,
members of Baton Twirl-
ing Club could be found
in A corridor practicing
new routines. Mr. Roth,
the drum maior and
maiorettes of the band
Students interested in
library work were able
to learn more about the
library with the help of
Mrs. Savery this year.
Eddie Meyer Chuck O'Hara
Assisfanf Principal Afiendance Supervisor
Jeff HDFC Jim Williams
Senior CIUSS Advisor Junior Class Advisor
Sophomore Class Advis
ROW 1: A. Anderson, C. Opple, D. Hack, K. Gram, M. Parlas, G. Haywood, N. Whiffield, L. Howard. ROW 4: M. Schlupe, G.
S. Psaros, S. Kiddle, 8. Tucay. ROW 2: J. Hicks, M. S. Caster, Sfenrzel, C. Davis, S. Abbey, D. Morley, R. Fullerlon, R. Downey,
J. Willils, J. Heldrelh, M. Baker, S. Wares, F. Bacon. ROW 3: K. J. Filzgerald.
Waggener, B. McGregor, M. George, L. Hough, G. Luiz, E. Sasaki,
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ROW 'lr Mr, Merrill, L. Kaufman, C. Lamay, R. Morton, B. Demcline, Tiger, T. Ulberg, D. Hager, B. Brilion, D. Gibson, J. Micno, B. Yek.
T. DeGroH, M. Nagler, B. Douglas, K. Collica, J. Wessinger, R. ROW 3: C. Williams, L. Clemes, H. Walkey, D. Burns, M. Choice,
Brooks. ROW 2: R. Jackson, G. Dunham, R. Collins, K. Howe, J. B. Smith, J. Rocco, K. Nelson, E. Argersinger, D. Hanralh, A. Sanvure.
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H Vincent N Tower L Katz D Mapes S Schuler M Meadows, Steeb, A. Shelby, J. Wilson, D. Patterson, B. Hyma, M Kolokithas
R Preketes C Payne J Eberth N Bethke M Weiss ROW 2: P. ROW 4: K deKoning, B. Clements, A. Myers, S. Fiegel S Wolf
Magoan N Baromeo P Wilkins S Carras M Kinsey M Thompson, H. Kambas, F. Richards, S. Hieftie, B. Sevebeck, A May r
B Trudeau J Hertsberg E Treaster C Sell C Murphy J Bass, Spoelstra, J. Shaw, L. Staebler, M. L. Gardner, D Jones M
M E Kldd'e J Burnham Miss Mansour ROW 3 S McKenney, Westergaard, J. Matzinger.
The Cantando Choir, directed by Miss Sally Monsour,
began a very active school year by presenting a concert
at the Methodist Church early in October. This was fol-
lowed by several assembly programs and a Christmas
concert at the Michigan Union that was presented by a
select group from the choir. A concert of various songs,
among them Ave Verum and The Island, was held in
February. The group then made a Junior Red Cross tape
recording to be sent around the world. The performances
at the Veteran's Hospital in April and May Festival at the
Hill Auditorium concluded the Choir's activities for the year.
VOICE AND ENSEMBLE
This year, under the direction of Mr. Merrill, Voice
and Ensemble gave several public performances which
proved to be very successful. The highlights of the year
were giving a Christmas program for the ladies club at
the Zion Lutheran Church, and the program given at the
Allenel Hotel for the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor.
The Boys' Chorus under the fine direction of John
Merrill participated in the Midwest Teachers Confer-
ence by singing "Wade in the Water," "God of Our
Fathers" and "Brothers Sing On." They also took part in
the fall Pop Concert singing, "The Happy Wanderer" and
Practice makes perfect
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
The A Cappella Choir, directed by Mr. John Merrill, has
presented many programs throughout this year. The choir spent
many hours of time in preparation for the operetto, "The Desert
Song". This was followed by a performance before the Mid-West
Conference of Music Educators. On March 23, the choir attended
the District Choral Festival at Ypsilanti, and on March 25th, A Cap-
pella ioined forces with several other state choirs in Bach's St.
Matthew Passion held at Hill Auditorium. The choir also participated
in the State Choral Festival at East Lansing in May. The group then
presented on evening concert in April, and sang for the School
Masters Club. May Festival, Baccalaureate Service, and graduation
completed the group's list of activities for the year.
ROW 'lz N. Kulenkamp, J. Fingerle, J. English, K. Mangan, M
Stuber, N. Hulslander, R. Rutledge, C. Castor, J. Sinanian, J. Palmer,
C. Davis, N. Carroll, J. Wangdahl, C. Cummiskey, B. Nagler, J
Pickard, A. McClister, H. Hough. ROW 2: J. Merrill, J. McDougall
J. Lederer, E. Green, B. Barclay, S. Becker, K. Gerstler, J. Gilbert,
S. Jahnke, A. Copley, M. Baker, Y. Davis, T. MacCarthy, A. Sharp,
M. Shelby, J. Powers, E. Holcomb, B. Calvert, D. Hagen, J. Anderson
P. Lillya, D. Rhodes, R. Fillinger. ROW 3: L. Hall, D. Barth, B
Smith, N. Fink, E. Maynard, J. Schneider, S. Fox, B. Burd, S. Heald
G. Myers, G. Botsakes, J. Chase, I. McDonald. G. Abbott, R
Morton, J. McNaughton. ROW 4: S. Abbey, D. Wilke, G. Cheever
W. Nowak, W. Darwin, VV. Patterson, B. Sutch, J. Mason, J. Tibbetts
G. Kempf, C. Osborn, O. Fisher, J. Baker, B. Godfrey, F. Faster
D. Sarah, E. Rush, W. Jackson, R. Conkey, C. Tinsley, F. Mueller
E. Sasaki, R. Brown, C. Brandt, G. Lutz, S. Bearman, A. Carrington
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ROD AND REEL
With Mr. Toogood
working with them, the
members of Rod and
Reel club learned how
to make flies and about
fly casting and fishing.
ROW l: T. DeGroFf, D. Ellis, W. Land, B. Show, E. Toogood.
ROW 2: R. Harwood, L. Bachman, R. Britton, D. Arnst, D. Arnst, L. Broun.
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ROW 1: K. Rogers, F. Mueller, L. Wandel, Tolkemitt, J. Sinanian, E, Lichty. ROW 3:
C. Dieterle, Miss Rieger. ROW 2: K. Keller, C. Kouper, B. McCallum, D. Roland, V.
C. Lehman, I. Keene, S. Schumacher, S. Cate, G. Haisley, P. Gerow, M. Morton.
Because of their in-
terest in Germany, mem-
bers of the Deutscher
Verein had a German
dinner and gave reports
on different aspects of
Row 1: Pat Moran, Kathy DeKoning, Sue Dingman.
Row 2: Helen Koefoed, Dale Alexander.
was SPORTS STAFF
' Row I: K. Marquis, D. Flower
The approach of the Optimist deadline caused each member
of the staff to tear his hair. Topnotch editorials spurted from the
pens of Editor-in-chief Loretta Larmee and her associate Sue
Frisinger. The page editors, Margaret McLaughlin, first page, Ellen
Carow and Judy Pickard, second page, and Martha Farnsworth on
third, glanced with envy at the complacent sports editor, Dean
Flower, who was through with his copy early as usual. Relaxation
was possible only when the material had passed the selective desk
of Patti Kreul, copy editor, and delivered safely into the hands of
Holding up the business end of the Optimist are the capable
Business Manager, Kathy deKoning, and Ad Manager, Pat Moran.
The experienced voice of Kenneth Greer advised the business staff,
and Mr. Schultz, o new member of the faculty, was the editorial
'IQQT ' 'L H' M. '.,'
Row 1: D. Sfeeb, M. Farnsworih, M. Mc
Laughlin, S. Sfcsheff.
Row 2: M. Kolokiihas, N. Rickard, M.
Kiddle, G. Acree, P. Gerow, M. Nagler.
Row I: P. Moran, S. Fris-
inger, I.. Larmea, K. de-
Row 2: B. Sevebeck, M.
McLaughlin, E. Carow, J.
Pickard, M. Farnsworth, B.
Nagler, D. Flowers.
FEA TURE STAFF
Row 1: E. Corow, J. Pickard, K. Aldridge.
Row 2: J. Baison, A. Schreiber, D. Rathburn,
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ROW 1: B. Woodworth, Mr. Merrill, J. Crawford.
With Mr. Merrill's help,
students in this club had
an opportunity to learn
to play harmonicas and
ukuleles better and also
to ploy as a group.
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ROW l: B. Kubly, W. Waterbury, D.
Mahey, D. Harrell, B. Caesar, W. Martin,
D. Waterbury. ROW 2: M. Nagler, K.
Collica, B. Riddle, J. Schairer, K. Weight,
F. Sheppard. ROW 3: L. Nagel, J. Kittrell,
J. Mullison, B. Place, L. Walter, B. Hud-
son. ROW 4: R. Fletcher, D. Hager, E.
Graff, J. Hunget, W. Marshall, G. Stein-
man, M. P. Coral.
The Proiection Club
helps the school in run-
ning movies for the
teachers. They also learn
about the movie ma-
chines under the super-
vision of Mr. Dawson.
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MURDER IN REHEARSAL
A gun is fired and a man falls! The rehearsal is running very
smoothly. But the man, John Ellery, played by John Klein fails to
get up, and it is surmised that he is dead. Sheriff Cullen, played
by Bill Patterson is called, and with the nonsensical help of Daffy,
portrayed by Sunny Stasheff, succeeds to confuse while trying to
solve the murder. Many are suspected, including the handsome
Morton Hill played by Stuart Abbey, Claudia Warren played by
Harriet Haugh, Mrs. Warren portrayed by Nancy Tobias, and Harold
Knight played by Kelsey Ramey. Allen Schreiber as the insipid
chubby and Denise Miner as Shelia Burnett are also held. Others
in the cast include Susan Himler as Trilby, Carol Thurston and
Nancy Hague as Marge and Bunky, and Frank Mueller as Mr.
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ROW I: B. Schneeberger, S. Stoll, J. Wessinger.
ROW 2: B. Kruse, D. Gatzka, C. Kleinschmidt.
ATHLETIC and NON-ATHLETlC BOARDS
The main function of the non-athletic board is to
approve class and all school parties. Their iob also
includes accepting and financing the clubs and other
extrarcurricular activities with the exception of the
athletic activitiesg which are the charges of the
athletic board. The boards consist of one member
from each class, and each board has two teachers
and the principal as advisors.
ROW lg P. Kreul, S. Kiddle, B, McCollum.
ROW 2: S. Proud, H. Koefoecl, K. James.
ROW 1: D. Quinsey, J, Copelond, B Woodworth N. Sveeb, J.
Logerquisl, J. Hammer, D. Miner, S. Pringle, J, Filzgerolcl ROW
2: J. Powers, L. Moeder, A. Eelser, J. Seippel, B. Clcmenls, B
Smlllw, C. Allen, K. Woggoner, S. Mclienney, S. Psaros, B, Gillen,
ROW 'lz D. Waldo, G. Bofsokes, K. Nelson, J. Logerquisl, M. Sruber,
R. Hcmo, J. Chose. ROW 2. L. Moeder, M. Niehuss, B. Nagler,
C. Dielerle, J. Pickord, S. Frisinger, S. Thomas, C. Travis, M.
M. Stoll, C. Dovis, ROW 3: G. Nordmcn, M, Nogler, J. Wessinger
P. Couller, W. Dovis, L. Holl, J. Kuenzel, L, Shirley, D. Allen, B
Yek, M Miller. ROW 4. L. Haines J. Hare, D. Donnelly, A. Sunlure
D Gafzko, D. Vogel, B. Schneeberger, J. Cushing, T. Roland.
Lockwood, K. Armbrusier, D. Kern, J. Reed. ROW 3: H. Fonde
D. Mapes, L, Porter, K. Spoelslro, E. Cawod, G. Cheever, K
Thompson, S. Woid, J. Tievz, J. Bolley, D. Hack.
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The Student Council alternate of each homeroom was
a member of the Party Committee: and the president,
Joyce Logerquist, was the secretary of Student Council.
This committee did very important work. It helped the
other organizations to sponsor dances and parties. Twice
this year the committee sponsored a dance of its own.
They were the Blue Book Dance and the President's Ball.
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The Red Cross Comminee, led by its
president Norma Conklin and sponsor
William Sonandres, sponsored 0 sock-
hop, besides having a very successful
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ROW 'l: W. Sonandres, J. Quigg, I. Keene, P. Reindel, N, Conklin, J. Emrniiv, B. Bennett, K. Sweet. ROW 4: K, Spoelsfra, A. Mast
J. Jaques, S. Woid, K. Howe. ROW 2: N, Kulenkamp, S. lcerman, N. Tobias, B. Eisemann, B. Kuhn, D, Geiger, P. Kappler, A. Shelby
J. Hunt, M. Wells, J. Burnham, C. Herndon, D. Sveeb, L. Hoene, J. Eberrh
J. Burpee. ROW 3: K, Williamson, M. Morion, A. Diulale, C. Peake,
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ROW l: J. English, L. Larmee, P. Kreul, Bush. ROW 3: S. Hansen, C. Herndon,
B. Peer, B. Cope, B. Barclay, E. Carsten- E. Eugene, H. Kambas. ROW 4: N. West-
sen. ROW 2: M. George, J. Twining, 5. phal, D. Slater, P. Jones, B. Wenrich,
Bartolacci, M. Kiddle, B. Macomber, B. E. Ushiro.
To plan, to cook, and
to serve dinners were
some of the things the
Chefs club did. Both
boys and girls were in
this club and worked to-
gether in the club ac-
Members of the Cam-
era Club learned how
to take pictures, to print
them and to develop
them. Also, they had
some movies on photog-
ROW l: K. Howe, S. Mullison, S. Tucker, Leland, R. Tank, M. Miller, C. Avsharian,
M. Flis, K. Waggener, J. Willits. ROW 2: R. Bartels. ROW 4: J. Beck, C. Brandt,
M. H. Buell, P. Christman, G. Abbott, H. Wagner, W. Zeigler, P. Rutledge.
E. Rush, G. Collins, D. Parish. ROW 3: R.
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Nature and conserva-
tion were the main in-
terests of the members.
They devoted their meet-
ings to reports and mov-
ies on nature and con-
servation in the United
Under the direction of
Mr. Bateman and Mr.
Clifford, students inter-
ested in square dancing
were able to learn how
to square dance better
and to learn new
ROW l: D. Hopkins, T. Forest, A. Lomik, R. Wilde, B. Miller, J. Phibbs, J. Bailey
KJGDCES. J. Walsworth, S. Williams, B. Gillen, B. W. Blair. ROW 4: K. Koch, J. Westerman
Olsen. ROW 2: G. Buchschacher, B. Ridclie, W. Raeburn, T. Harvey, O. Shepard, R
G. Slater, A. Peterson, B. Frey, D. Hack, Sheperd, T. Peyton, J. Rasemergy.
T. Lyndon. ROW 3: l.. Miller L. Shepard,
ROW 'l: P. Clifford, E. Green, E. Guthrie, G. S. Stewart, M. Ellicott, B. Garner, B. Ellis, B. Sheff,
Prindle, A. Flint, A. Jones, J. Phillips, D. Gibson, M. A. Grindstaft, G. Gould. ROW 4: P. Beamer, A.
R. Fullerton, L. Hirth, R. Fullerton. ROW 2: K. Harms, S. Earl, C. Kleinschmidt, R. Hopp, D. Slater,
Loubengayer, C. Hall, J. Burpee, M. Welch, P. D. Skomp, B. Meek, J. Murrel, S. Waid, G. Sunday,
Eastman, B. Steeb, M. Bolotniany, S. Birtles S. R. Wenk. ROW 5: J. Crego, E. Rohlf, J. Jahnke,
Bacon, V. Smith, C. Teppo, M. Bodily, J. Reynolds, W. Nowak, L. Gauss, P. Van Colen, V. Hood, R.
G. McAdam. ROW 3:1 D. Kopp, 5. Judson, J. Gaiser, H. Kuhn, O. Moehrle, C. Tinsley, R. Jones,
Woodruff, M. Tramontin, J. Burnham, M. Selby, B. Hooker, B. Huger.
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ROW lr C. Gee, D. Waldo, B- Salisbury, D- Bflef, T- Seumons, C' J. Marshall, E. Ankenbrand, A. Ferguson D. Scrnture, S Vasher
Hooker N. Hedleslcy, G. Johnston, N. link, H. Schmid. ROW 2: D. Smith, M. Lutz, B. Kopp, M, Bauer. ROW 4: R. Cook, l. Ja nke
A. J. Dahlbefg, M- Nicholson, C. Alery, J- SYOWUS, J- l-ederer, N, R. Anderson, G. Kempt, W. Lewis, D. Clark, B. Damm, L. Knoedler
Aken, M. J. Bennett, A. Neebling, L. Hammond, P. McClellan, E. J Ladish.
Hawley, Mr. Silverstone. ROW 31 D. Draper, B. Clark, A. Waterbury,
C. O. T.
The students on the cooperative training program went
to school half-day and worked half-day. Mr. Dahlberg and
Mr. Silverstone set the students up in their iobs. The stu-
dents received a half credit for this course and their em-
ployers gave them a grade iust like any other school
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Planning fun after school
INTRAMURAL MANAGERS COMMITTEE
The Intramural Managers planned the homeroom ath-
letic activities such as football, bowling, archery and
volleyball. The committee awarded to each homeroom who
won a tournament o plaque.
ROW I: G. Grimston, P. Van Colen, K. Nelson, S. Guthrie, J
Apostolnkis, S. Schuler, S. Judson. ROW 2: L. Coburn, C. Dieterle,
S. Gay, L. Stilson, S. Cahow, H. Haugh, C. Mueller, 5. Wares, M.
Parlas, S. Mullison, M. Arnst, N. Link. ROW 3: M. Barsantee, W.
Jackson, G. Shear, L. Laidlaw, T. Seamona, K. Wild, L. Yoshi
B. Frey, G. Slater, J. Hartweg, B. Gustine, S. Palmer, R. Williams.
ROW 4: J. Hansen, T. Peyton, D. Arnst, F, Schneider, K. Collica,
L. Miller, R. Nicholson, E. Hirshman, H. Ackmoady, L. Fox, E. Clarll
R. Moten, J. Haeussler. ROW 5: R. Dick, C. McFall, S. Larmee, J
Wesferman, D. Burns, B. Currie, R. Henry, D. Creatham, J. Courte
L. Walter, R. Spears, T. True, Mr. Mather, C. Denlzinger, R. Waldo
The members of Radio
Club learned about the
radio and radio code
this year. This helped
them in qualifying for an
amateur radio license.
The Modern Record
club is formed by stu-
dents interested in mod-
ern music who wanted
to learn more about it.
At each club meeting
modern music was play-
ed and discussed.
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ROW 'lr R- PFGSYOY1, B- Afnvld, R- Hayden, P. Koch, J. Walters, W. Wrightmon, D
D. Griffith. ROW 2: V. Cook, J. Babbitt, Williams, J, Nottle, I, Ferri5.
ROW 1: D. Cheatham, W. Darwin, W. Patterson
J. Hare, S. Hopkins, G. Myers, R. Phelps, J. Reed
C. Johnson. ROW 2: V. Warner, G. Acree, A
Anderson, S. Becker, J. Wessinger, J. Flowers, R
Lyons, W. Davis, J. Spaulding, G. Batsakes, H
Ackmoody, C. Thurston. ROW 3: M. Farnsworth
J. Krueger, B. Garner, l. Pikk, S. Psaros, N. Kack
Iey, N. Hague, C. Callahan, C. Schleicher, M.
Weaver, M. Wells, B. Stein, K. Smith, J. Bateson
M. Stuber. ROW 4: P. Kelly, J. Hicks, S. Hieftie,
R. Hatto, J. Woodburne, N. Steeb, S. Pringle, P
Westmcn, S. Kennedy, H. Koefoed, A. Myers, M
Trubey, K. Gerstler, S. Sinke. ROW 5: J. Allison
B. Sevebeck, D. Kern, K. deKoning, J. Baker, B
Riddle, B. Sutch, D. Herren, D. Hoffman, J. Miller,
A. Schreiber, D. Donnelly, D. Wohr, N. Baromeo
ROW 6: T. Flower, M. Kolokithas, S. Morgan, J
Kabat, D. Gotzka, O. Fisher, J. Mason, B. Carver,
D. Jedele, D. Rothfuss, J. Dawson, R. Wilde, M
Terry, S. Abbey.
Through PTA meetings . . .
our parents showed interest in our school
The Presidents Committee is composed of the
president and vice-president of the homerooms
under the supervision of Mr. Schreiber. They
planned ond discussed how to make the home-
room meetings interesting and other subiects
about the homeroom. The Presidents Committee
also sponsored some dances this year.
Learning to be better presidents
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In the past year the orchestra took part in the annual "pop" concert
sponsored by the music department, It played for the operetta, The Desert
Song, which was presented November nineteenth and twentieth, the Christmas
program and the all school play.
On March third the orchestra competed in the District Music Festival in
which it received a first division rating in both contest playing and sight
reading. lt also played in an assembly with the Voice and Ensemble class
and on May tenth the orchestra took port in an all city music festival.
ROW l: C. Avsharian, H. Haarer, V, Slumm, L. Sfillson, M. Morvon, W. Weifzel. ROW 3: A. Rutledge, H. Vincent, I. Damroze, B. Gray
C. Dailey, E. Licl-ny, M. Dodge, B. Pcdigo. ROW 2: M. Parlos, D. Zemke, T. Chandler, S, Slasheff, M. Danforth, J. Martin, C
S. Schumacher, L. Suarez, C. Shear, J. Kilfrell, C. Kauper, J. Steiner, V. Carney, B. Garner, B. Baird. F. Mueller. ROW 4: J
HUHW99. C. Allen, J- 559000, J. Haeussler, N- T0bif-Is, V. Cale, Harlwig, B. Woodworth, F. Hogan, K. Korzuck.
PAUL K. MEYERS
The Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Five takes pleasure in leaving with
Paul K. Meyers this eighty-ninth edition of the Omega. Mr. Meyers has not only served
our class, but the whole student body as a helpful advisor and a challenging teacher.
We will think of him and Ann Arbor High School for many years to come.
The Ann Arbor High School student body is iustly proud of two faculty members,
A. J. Dahlberg and Mahlon H. Buell. Mr. Dahlberg has been at A.A.H.S. since nineteen
hundred and forty-two and has worked with our cooperative training program. Mr.
Buell has been with the A.A.H.S. faculty for thirty-five years. This is his banner year
because his book, "Physics For the New Age," was recently published. We acknowledge
their service to A.A.H.S.
A. J. DAHLBERG MAHLON H. BUELL
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Throughout this year the band participated in many school functions
including sports activities. They performed during half-time at all the home
football games and traveled to two away games. They also played for all
the home basketball games. On March the third they took part in the annual
"Bands in Review" program. At this performance they played host to Paul
Lavalle, director of the City Service Band of America, who acted as their
guest conductor. The money they received from this was used for their trip
to the Holland Tulip Festival on May the fourteenth.
The band's members participated in the District Band and Orchestra
Festival in which they received a first division in sight reading and a second
division in Concert playing. The band concluded this year by playing tor
the graduation exercises.
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A Copley K Aldridge. ROW 2: Mr. Riggs, R. Wrench.
Yambert T Boyd, J. Haeussler, T. Chand-
ROW 1: L. Hough, G. Redford, B. Boice, R. Warren
A. Ebersberger, K. Baker, R. Doman. ROW 2: M.
Taylor, B. Gustine, S. Dewar, M. Fralick, B. Ben
iamin, D. DenHouter, S. Dingman, G. Denkinger
M. Schlupe, B. McGregor, D. Littell. ROW 3: C
Barclay, B. Kruse, K. James, L. Marker, C. Dieterle,
T. Loehr, R. Carver, B. Johnson, R. Bandrofchak,
R. Moten, J. Wessinger, K. Toney, S. Hadcock, B
Ayar, B. Reed. ROW 4: C. Shear, N. Vincent, S.
Arthur, Z. Hobbs, A. McClister, G. Balas, E
Students who were in-
terested in science had
a chance to work on a
proiect and to take field
trips concerning things in
which they were espe-
Members of the Rifle
Club were able to learn
about different kinds of
guns and gun safety.
They also had an oppor-
tunity for target practice
on the school rifle range.
Arnesen, L. Thiel, D. Osborn, R. Hanselman, D.
Valentine. ROW 5: A. Byers, M. Smith, K. Thomp-
son, S. Stehie, J. Heldreth, B. Haaxma, J. Kaufman,
B. Downey, D. Downing, W. Stuckman, S. Palmer,
J. Meyers, N. Page, B. Schlemmer, T. Jones. ROW
6: S. Morgan, F. LaPointe, J. Kuenzel, F. Schwartz.
B. Sattler, S. Abbey, W. Patterson, D. Cheatham,
J. Wessinger, G. Keene, P. Reindel, G. Batchen,
J. Wealch, P. Nielson, J. Mummery, B. Knight,
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ROW l: D. Gibson, R. Fullerton, G. Balas, D. Brieholz, D. Geiger,
J. Moore. ROW 2: R. Bateman, P. Hiniker, C. Davis, J. Everhardus,
M. Forsythe, D. Allen, A. Santure, B. Davis.
R. Bateman, E. Klum, B. Davis.
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JUNlOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity Basketball team, like their older brothers, compiled
a record this season of seven wins and eight losses. These hard working boys
will provide future Ann Arbor teams with material for a championship team.
JR. VARSITY BASKETBALL
29 Kalamazoo 40
44 Saginaw Arthur Hill 50
49 Battle Creek 36
45 Dearborn 36
60 Jackson 58
55 Ypsilanti 39
36 Lansing Sexton 28
46 Lansing Eastern 49
36 Kalamazoo 50
50 Saginaw ' 61
58 Battle Creek 41
41 Jackson 65
63 Ypsilanti 42
42 Lansing Sexton 49
47 Lansing Eastern 50
The Pioneer cagers, under the direction of the new head coach, Ed Klum,
improved their record this season with seven wins and eight losses. The team,
led by Captain Harold Ackmoody, was a fighting ball club every game, and
gave the Ann Arbor fans something to be proud of. Hard playing Don Perigo
and Bob Lewis were elected co-captains for the 1956 season, while Harold
Ackmoody was elected the most valuable player for this season.
Ann Arbor 41 KALAMAZOO 46
Ann Arbor 57 SAGINAW ARTHUR HILL 40
Ann Arbor 55 BATTLE CREEK 43
Ann Arbor 51 DEARBORN 67
Ann Arbor 55 JACKSON 40
Ann Arbor 53 YPSILANTI 40
Ann Arbor 58 LANSING SEXTON 71
Ann Arbor 55 LANSING EASTERN 63
Ann Arbor 44 KALAMAZOO 43
Ann Arbor 69 SAGINAW 61
Ann Arbor 45 BATTLE CREEK 57
Ann Arbor 62 JACKSON 54
Ann Arbor 52 YPSILANTI 56
Ann Arbor 49 LANSING SEXTON 56
Ann Arbor 53 LANSING EASTERN 64
Ann Arbor 56 WAYNE Uournamentl 39
Ann Arbor 45 JACKSON Uournamentj 48
ROW I: N. Westphal, B. Perry, P. VanCoIen,
Smith, R. Phelps, B. Burd.
H. Ackmoody, P.
Nelson, D. Perigo,
ROW 2: G. Pratt, K.
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J. Peer, J. Hare, J. Baker. ROW 3: D Saer
R. Henry, J. MacKenzie, J. Dutcher,
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Ann Arbor 50 ADRIAN 34
Ann Arbor ,... Cereal Bowl Relays 10th Place
Ann Arbor 32 JACKSON 52
Ann Arbor 42 PLYMOUTH 39
Ann Arbor 63 KALAMAZOO 21
Ann Arbor 32 BATTLE CREEK 52
Ann Arbor 30 JACKSON 54
Ann Arbor 68 YPSILANTI T6
Ann Arbor 45 LANSING SEXTON 49
Ann Arbor 51 LANSING EASTERN 42
Ann Arbor 35 6-A MEET 3rd Place
Ann Arbor 5 STATE MEET l0th Place
Co-captains Tom Chandler and Keith Campbell led the Pioneer swimmers
through a fairly successful season this year. Winning five out of their nine
meets, they placed third in the 6-A league and tenth in the State and the
Cereal Bowl Relays. Co-captains for next year, Bill Cooper and Dean Flower,
and most valuable swimmer, Pete Gale will be an asset to next year's team.
ROW I: Mr. Clifford, B. Root, D. Brown, T. Chandler, K. Campbell, Den Houter. ROW 3: M. Aloir, C. Bachman, J. Beniamin, P.
C. Partin, D. Flower, T, Francis. ROW 2: B. Cooper, T. Peyton, Wessinger, T. Lyndon, E. Arneson, D. Ellis, .l. Bancroft, C. Tinsley.
R. Clark, P. Gale, E. Argersinger, R. GrifTith, J. Whitaker, D.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Don'! let him oui
Keep if friendly, boys Predicament
5 poinis coming up
Ann Arbor I4 YPSILANTI 28
Ann Arbor 30 STURGIS T4
Ann Arbor 33 KALAMAZOO II
Ann Arbor 21 BATTLE CREEK 23
Ann Arbor 28 JACKSON 18
Ann Arbor 38 HAZEL PARK I0
Ann Arbor 40 BERKELY 8
Ann Arbor 'IB LANSING SEXTON 20
Ann Arbor T4 LANSING EASTERN 27
Ann Arbor B YPSILANTI 35
Ann Arbor 62 STATE MEET lTl1ird Placel
The matmen of Ann Arbor High completed another good season. Although
they finished fourth in the 6-A, they proved better than that in the state
meet. There the team won third place, beating two teams that had finished
above them in the 6-A. Co-captains for next year will be Jim McNaughton
and Steve Heald.
Ron Wilde ond Chuck O'Hc:ra
ROW 1: R. Brooks. B. Kruse, S. Craig, J. McNaughton, J. Bolgos, E. Rush, T. Jones, J. Gallon. ROW 3: S. Lormee, J. Kenny B
R. Wilde, R. Morton, F. Shepherd. ROW 2: B. Hurley, D. Vogel, Schlanderer, K. Henkel, J. Flowers, J. Wessinger, F. Schwartz
R. Willioms, S. Heald, C. O'Hora, R. Brooks, J. Williams, B. Shaw, J. Kuenzel, T. Kress, T. Boyd, G. Williams, E. Meyer.
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"ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN"
"One Foot in Heaven" marked the end of a
great season for the Drama Workshop.
All the action of the play took place in the
parsonage in Laketon, Iowa. Reverend William
Spence, played by Stuart Abbey and his wife,
portrayed by Denise Miner, had iust arrived at
the parsonage as the new minister. The Rev-
erend immediately ran into trouble with the
wealthy members of the church, namely Mrs.
Sandow, played by Harriet Hough, and Maior
Cooper, played by Dick Bartels, who are racial
preiudiced. The play reaches a high point when
the Reverend is accused of heresy.
The play is narrated by the Reverend Fraser
Spence, portrayed by Frank Mueller. The Spence
children, Eileen and Hartzell, are played by Sue
Pringle and Erik Arnesen.
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THE l955 WASHINGTON CLUB
After long hours of preparation and work for funds and hours, the members of our 1955
Washington Club finally boarded the train for New York and Washington, on April second.
They arrived at Grand Central Station in New York Saturday night and went on a fabulous
tour of Chinatown.
The following three days they saw many wonderful things, such as the Statue of Liberty,
the beautiful Easter Pageant at Radio City Music Hall, and the United Nations' Building.
Tuesday evening they arrived at Washington, and the next day took a tour around
Washington. They saw the marvelous historical buildings, such as the Jefferson ond Lincoln
Memorials, the Supreme Court Building, Library of Congress. That wasn't all they saw. They also
saw the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, and the Smithsonian Institute, the Archives Building,
the National Art Gallery, and they toured the White House.
They will always remember beautiful Mount Vernon and also the Arlington Cemetery. Friday
afternoon, April Bth they boarded the Ambassador train for home, and on Saturday morning
they arrived back in Ann Arbor, a tired but happier group.
The officers of the club were Jerry Baker, Diane Butzin, Bernadine Calvert, George Pratt,
Todd Jones, Patti Kreul, and Bob Sutch.
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The Scribblers' Club,
sponsored by Mr. Schoch
and Mr. Good, was pri-
marily for students tak-
ing shorthand. Besides
selling basketball pencils
as is done every year,
the club sponsored a
The Future Nurses'
club under the leader-
ship of Miss Harding,
performed many bene-
ficial acts for the school
while learning more
about the nursing pro-
ROW T: H. Schoch, M. Nicholson, A.
Ferguson, D. Draper, L. Hoener, L. Good
ROW 2: Y. Williams, N. Fordyce, S
Larmee, V. Rowe, A. Diuble, C. Gilbee,
P. Marshall. ROW 3: M. Arnst, M. Bar
santee, S. Ellsworth, B. Yahr, K. Arm
bruster, M. Erridge, J. Clark. ROW 4
S. Driver, M. Stoll, B. Armbruster, V
Kapp, M. J. Bennett, N. Aken, P. Palmer
ROW 5: M. Powell, S. Carras, J. Graomes
P. Fraser, C. Alery, E, Lynch, B. Biederman
ROW 1: M. Martin, A. Anderson, Miss
Harding, M. Greenhow, E. Holcomb, P.
Seeger, S. Misner, M. Teppa, P. Bradbury.
ROW 2: M. Corbin, J. Cook, A. Vitins,
M. J. Purdy, S. Richmond, S. Guenther,
S. Ehnis, L. Sherman. ROW 3: W. Arnold,
M. Waterman, S. LaCoe, M. Jenkins, J.
Matzinger, L. Horning, D. Knapp, C. Curry,
K. Williamson, J. Root. ROW 4: M.
Trisuan, C. Doss, G. Schnabel.
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ROW 1: G. Velker, H. Topp, E. Faust, worth. ROW 3: W. Mahan, R. Moon, J.
T. True, W. Frey. ROW 2: D. Sarah, .l. Kurtz, R. Seamons. ROW 4: .l. Wyman,
Hartweg, B. Palmer, P. Koch, A. Wood- R. Collins, R. Jones.
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cais? Yes, the members
of the French club spoke
French at their meetings
and also learned about
France and its people.
The club was farmed
by students interested in
flying. They had demon-
strations of planes in
flight using model air-
planes, and also saw
movies on the history of
ROW 'lz G. Chang, B. land, M. Caster,
B. Smith, Mr. Henry. ROW 2: C. Knicker-
bocker, B. Underwood, D. Miner, S.
Thomas, C, Castor. ROW 3: C. Boyce,
B. Hyma, B. Kuhn, C. Allen, K. Brown
S. Brandt, H. Busch, L. Katz. ROW 4: P
Coulter, J. Fitzgerald, D. Donnelly, S
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This year's successful debate team concluded the season with a fine
record of thirteen wins and five losses. This record and the fact that they
won seven out of eight debates in the State League Contest made them
winners of the Detroit Free Press Plaque. Senior Pete Forsythe acted as dean
of the squad. Dean elect is iunior Jim Copeland, who is hoping for a good
season next year also.
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ROW 'l: R. Pollock, P. Kreul, J. Jaques, W. Davis.
ROW 2: J. Woodruff, B. Thompson, P. Forsythe, J. Copeland, N. Tobias.
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Row 1: A. Jones, J. Hare, B. Peer, B. Mainwaring, D. HoHmun.
Row 2: P. Forsythe, J. Wessinger, T. Jones, T. Flower.
Row 3: F. Kerr.
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Row I: D. Waldo, J. Anderson, B. Correll.
Row 2: S. Lurmee, B. Thomas, I.. Frisk, E. Meyer.
Row iz D. Butzin, C. Cummiskey, L. Larmee, J. English.
Row 2: J. Taylor, J. Hammer, B. Barclay, N. Gustine.
G. A. C.
The various activities of the 'l955 G. A. C. included the customary
intramural tournaments, Barn Dance, football booth and carnival booth.
A special award was offered to the fifteen senior girls with the most
points. These girls spent a spring weekend at Cedar Lake Camp with their
advisor Miss Elise Harney.
Each year G. A. C. has the name of the senior girl with the highest
number of points engraved on the high award trophy. This,is the greatest
honor that a member of G. A. C, can receive.
Row l B McCallum J Fmgerle, T. McCarthy. P. Wilkins,
Row 2 J Goddard A Warner C. Kauper, F. Hogan, C. Castor,
lmissmgl M S Caster S Tolkwmit
ROW l: L. Potter, S. Wilson, M. Fralick, E. Guthrie, B. Barclay
J. English, N. Gustine, J. Taylor, J. Milham, C. Cummiskey, S
Pott, B. Olsen, B. Gillen. ROW 2: E. Harney, S. Dewar, S. Williams,
B. Hartweg, B. Frey, D. Hack, N. Tower, R. Preketes, M. E. Kiddle
M Meadows, K. Spoelstra, M. A. Grindstaff, C. Payne, S. Birtles,
C. Teppo, J. Walsworth, J. Heldreth, M. Stall. ROW 3: B. Gustine,
S. Bacon, B. Beniamin, G. Slater, C. Lucas, A. Anderson, G
ROW 1: N. Fink, G. Acree, E. Guthrie, B. Barclay, N. Gustine,
C. Cummiskey, J. Milharn, J. Taylor, J. English, S. Guthrie, D,
Rathburn. ROW 2: S. Schuler, M. Stuber, M. Parlas, A. Mayer,
B. Sevebeck, K. Smith, S. Becerk, A. Belser, T. MacCarthy, 5.
Hieftie, M. Farnsworth, l.. Suarez, J. Pickard, B. Nagler. ROW 3:
S. Judson, J. Haisch, S. Wares, R. Hatto, V. Johnson, L. Marker,
C. Castor, N. Hulslander, P. Plumpton, M. George, C. Stretch, J
deKaning, M. Taylor, S. Dingman, K. James, C. Kempe, J. Alten
bernt, S. Welch, J. Bland, B. Kuhn, N. Craig, M. Martin, S. Psaros
ROW 4: M. Ellicott, E. Collins, S. Guenther, A. Mast, L. Freming
C. Annis, A. Vetins, M. Stephen, A. Anderson, C. Opple, S
Binkowski, A. Gillelond. ROW 5: M. Godfrey, M. Niehuss, B. Ellis
S. Proud, A. Peterson, M. Waterman, M. Moran, S. Turner, S. Himler
Twining, F. Hogan, B. McCallum, K. Gerstler. ROW 4: N. Whitfield,
J. McDouglass, S. Wolf, J. Hertsberg, G. Haisley, K. Buss, M. S
Caster, J. Finjerle, C. Peck, J. Aprill, P. Wilkins, S. Tolkemitt
C. Kauper, K. Keene. ROW 5: L. Berning, J. Tietz, S. Dingman, J
Haas, M. Kolokithas, J. Fitzgerald, J. Schneider, A. Warner, N
Rickard, J. Seippel, L. Katz.
GAC EXECUTIVE BOARD
ROW 'l: J. English, N. Gustine, J. Milham, 4"'
ROW 2: l.. Larmee, C. Cummiskey, E. Guthrie, .-I'
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N. Gustine, H. Koefaed, J. Milham, C. Cummiskey, J. Taylor, B. P. Moran, J. Schultz, J. Jaques, J. Powers, S. Pringle, N. Hague.
Cope, E. Harney. ROW 2: L. Larmee, l.. Charron, S, Pierce, 5. Fris- ROW 4: N. Richards, I.. Maeder, B. Kapp, R. lewis, J. Hansen, G.
inger, J. Kabul, L. Bachman, E. Green, J. Hammer, D. Butzin, Kitchen, M. Arnst, M. Barsantee, N. Link, P. Fraser, C. Alery,
E. Rice, J. Logerquist, S. Kiddie. ROW 3: K. deKoning, S. Fox, G. Johnston.
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Under the leadership
of Miss Lewis members
of the Future Teachers
Club became better ac-
quainted with the teach-
ing profession. They also
made trips to various
places this year.
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ROW l: D. Armbruster, S. Stoll, C. Pryor, srra, S. Cahow, B. Tucay, B. Matzen,
P. McClellan, M. Dodge, L. Reiman, J. F. Bacon, C. Dixon.
lousma. ROW 2: M. E. Lewis, K. Spoel-
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ROW 'l: B. Riddle, E. Arnesen, J. Wessing- ROW 2: D. Bancroft, l.. Dunhams, D.
er, H. Hinkel, R. Wilde, R. E. Williams. Breiholz, D Miller, G. Lutz, L. VanOrman.
Boys in Hi-Y learned
to create, maintain and
extend high standards of
Christian cha racter
throughout the school
and community under the
leadership of Mr. Van-
ROW 1: C. Kamp, B. Gauthier, R. Jones, Stretch, M. Schlupe, B. Tucay. ROW 3:
U. Carney, l.. Fleming, J. Hartweg. ROW T. Ulberg, W. Johnson, T. Thomas, J.
2: J. Wessinger, D. Butzin, S. Kiddle, C. Tietz, D. Schumann.
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We enioyed the assemblies
Students in American
Youth Hostlers' club par-
ticipated in mony out-
of-door activities. Some
of their proiects were
bike hikes and field
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The Assembly Committee plans the as-
semblies for the school under the supervi-
sion of Mr. Dawson. This year they brought
to the school some very interesting assem-
blies, such as The Band from the School
for the Blind. Also some other assemblies
were "The All-School Talent Assembly, The
Senior Assembly, and some Drama Work-
The assemblies were planned at these meetings.
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ROW l: B. Currie, S. Judson, S. Schuler, K. Nelson, S. Guthrie, J. Bateson, C. Cumrniskey, B. Krueger, S. Stasheff, L. Katz. ROW 4
Apastolakis, M. Farnsworth, P. Van Colen. ROW 2: C. Thurston, S. Crowell, J. Matzinger, M. Powell, N. Westphal, R. Walda, J
S. Kennedy, K. Rogers, J. Kittrell, N. Fink, B. Nagler, N. Rickard, Spaulding, C. Brown, S. Ellsworth, J. Steeb, M. McLaughlin, P
K, Armbruster, L. Reimun, S. Pringle, Y. Williams, N. Barr, G. Magaon, R. Jackson. ROW 5: C. Shear, D. Geiger, J. Williams
Switzer, J. Lutz. ROW 3: S. Winkler, R. Nelson, B. Thelen, G. J. Wessinger, J. Hare, D. Slater, J. Wessinger, 5. Wilsan, E
Haywood, P. Rowry, A. Gilleland, B. Hartweg, J. Lousma, J. Collins, S, Strong.
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Coach Bob "Scope" Davis faces the problem of directing a
team minus many of its 1953-1954 varsity squad. Captain Dick
Koch and the team bettered the 1952-1953 season with hard
hitting and good fielding support.
This year's team, captained by George Pratt, is counting on a
break in the weather that will allow some good outdoor practices.
ln his fourth year of coaching, "Scope" Davis has done a tre-
mendous iob of preparing the '55 team for action. With support
from every position and hard-hitting the team hopes to have its
record on the winning side of the total column.
Row 1: J. McKenzie, J. Kuenlel. Row 2: B. Noilly, B. Robinson,S. Bell, R. Hutchison, A. Darr, F. Ellicott, R. Bateman, P. Le e
Larmee, J. Baker, G. Pratt, E. Meyer, H. Haywood, T. Green, G. Row 4: P. Smith, J. Peer, D. Geiger, E. Ushiro, D. Allen, D x
Vogel. Row 3: B. Davis, D. Perigo, B. Lewis, D. Den Houter, D. under, L. Fox
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Row 1: P. Van Colen, D. Alexander, J. son. Row 3: J. Kurtz, B. Currie, H. Hay-
Peer, L. Fox, P. Smith, R, Bateman. Row wood, J. Hood, J. McKenzie, D. Bell, P.
2: R. Williams, G. Grimston. D. Gray, T. Heniker, D. Den Houter.
Jones, D. Downey, E. Corkins, F. John-
J. V. BASEBALL 1954
Although last years little men of the diamond came out on
the wrong end of some of their scores they fought like true Pioneers
to the last inning. Many fine varsity prospects included Jerry Peer
at first base, Dale Alexander on second, Paul Smith at shortstop
and Leroy Fox on third base. Dale Bell, Ernie Ushiro and Don Perigo
occupied the field positions and Dick Hutchinson was the catcher.
Throwing the horsehide for the little Pioneers was Harland Haywood,
Dan Den Houter and Gary Grimston.
JR. VARSITY BASEBALL
This year, the J. V. Baseballers have the
task of getting out of the league cellar.
Under the coaching of Ross Bateman, and
with hard work on every members part,
they are striving to win most of their games
to end the season with a first place.
Row I R. Bateman, D. Gibson, G. Olsaver, J. Baughn, l Rogers Ztli B Smith l. Zahn D Burns B Thompson Row 3 A Santure
G Shear, G. Balas, E. Arnesin. Row 211. Christie, B. Britton D J Wealch J Ketelhut W Waterbury D Hanrath G Loepke
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The golf team has a busy season this year with Jackson
being the team that really has to be beaten. Four lettermen
are returning. They are Captain Pete Forsythe, Rick Phelps,
Dick Barth, and Bob Gustine. Because of a change in the
Six-A rules there will be a five-mon team competing in all
Last year's golf team, led by John Niehuss and Cliff Zill,
won the Six-A League and the Regional Championships. Coach
Paul Clifford's linkers are looking forward to another success-
ful season this year.
Row l: B. Gustine, D. Barth, P. Forsythe, R. Phelps. Row 2: N.
Turner, Y. Cushing, T. White, J. Everhardus, N. Westfall. Row 3: CAPTAIN
P Clifford, J. Fox, D. Brieholz, C. Carver, E. Argersinger, M. Nagler. Pete Forsythe
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Max Miller and Fred Karr
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Row 1: D. Flowers, P. Lillya, F. Karr, M. Miller, J. Mc-
Naughfon, T. Flowers.
Row 2: D. Brown, K, Campbell,
Schwartz, Coach Klum.
Row 3: T. Kress, J. Chase.
T. Jones, A. Jones, F.
Co-captains, Max Miller and Fred Karr, lead this year's squad with
support from Dick Slater, Bill Wenrich, Pete Lillya, and the rest of the team.
Coach Ed Klum and the netters are hoping to better last year's record of a
tie for fifth place in the 6-A League competition. The squad lost only two
members from last year's varsity teamg therefore, the netters will have good
experience from the 1953-1954 season.
The Pioneer Tennis Team will have balanced strength and experience.
With luck they should compile a record to be proud of. We would like to see
Ann Arbor's name on the top of the 6-A League records in tennis.
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